Jones did not think fit to acquaint the serjeant with his design; though he might have done it with great safety, for the halberdier
was himself a man of honour, and had killed his man.
, clad in black, guarded the drawbridge, and others, in the same sad livery, glided to and fro upon the walls with a funereal pace, resembling spectres more than soldiers.
They were the eyes of giant crustacea crouched in their holes; giant lobsters setting themselves up like halberdiers
, and moving their claws with the clicking sound of pincers; titanic crabs, pointed like a gun on its carriage; and frightful-looking poulps, interweaving their tentacles like a living nest of serpents.
The twenty men marched straight toward the barrier, but from behind the beams, from among the wagon-wheels and from the heights of the rocks a terrible fusillade burst forth and at the same time Planchet's halberdiers
appeared at the corner of the Cemetery of the Innocents, and Louvieres's bourgeois at the corner of the Rue de la Monnaie.
All at once, in the midst of this delicious silence, there resounded a clear ringing laugh, which caused several of the halberdiers
in the enjoyment of their siesta to open at least one eye.
Its entrance was guarded by a force of halberdiers
with the armorial bearings of the bishop.
First came a dozen drummers, who understood pretty well how to handle their instruments; then came halberdiers
, and some armed with cross-bows.
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Real Estate's President, Trey Halberdier
and one of his private investors, have closed another "high flying" commercial real estate project.
We see Cranach's self-portrait in Alpheus, father of the Apostle St James the Younger in The Holy Kinship (Vienna Academy) and again as a halberdier
in the Beheading of John the Baptist (Kromeriz Episcopal Palace).
06 million) paid for Pontormo's Portrait of a Halberdier
in May 1989.
In the emotion of the moment I tried to hand over the ciborium to a halberdier
, who drew back.
On the right, a halberdier
stands gloating over the corpse of a slain Protestant prince; and on the left, an enemy soldier roasts two victims of a desolate Brabant village.