I would build a sugar house in the village; I would invite learned men to an investigation of the subject—and such are easily to be found, sir; yes, sir, they are not difficult to find—men who unite theory with practice; and I would select a wood of young and thrifty trees; and, instead of making loaves of the size of a lump of candy, dam’me, ‘Duke, but I’d have them as big as a haycock
This long consumer, who had probably never done an honest day's-work in his life, sprung the lid of a Chinese tobacco-box and with thumb and forefinger forked out a wad like a small haycock
The Fuegian wigwam resembles, in size and dimensions, a haycock
When the last of the hay had been divided, Levin, intrusting the superintendence of the rest to the counting-house clerk, sat down on a haycock marked off by a stake of willow, and looked admiringly at the meadow swarming with peasants.
They were loading a haycock onto the cart not far from him.
To the left, carts were rumbling over the meadow that had been already cleared, and one after another the haycocks vanished, flung up in huge forkfuls, and in their place there were rising heavy cartloads of fragrant hay hanging over the horses' hind-quarters.
In the fields the corn was waving like the sea; in the ditches red and yellow flowers were growing; while wild-drone flowers, and blooming convolvuluses were creeping in the hedges; and towards evening the moon rose round and large, and the haycocks
in the meadows smelt so sweetly.
But it amazed him to think what haycocks
people can make of their lives.
IAN KIRKPATRICK has replaced Arsenal-bound James Haycock
as Huddersfield Town's lead physio.
Parents Lauren McKenzie and George Haycock
welcomed their precious little boy, Georgie Haycock
, into the world on February 11, 2013.
, later Lord Haycock
, asked me to take the seat during the preparations for the Eisteddfod at Aberafan because he could not speak Welsh.
Getting competitive in a tank building contest were young friends Jack Haycock
, five, and Alex Trowell, six.