piece of the biscuit the Emperor was holding in his hand broke off, fell on the balcony parapet, and then to the ground.
Argeles is a largish
resort with a mile or more of golden sand, hundreds of bars and restaurants and nightspots.
The yam is a largish
brown tuber that produces an elegant climbing plant.
There are still people in hospital and a largish
number of people who have been through hospital and been discharged.
In Her Sides of Me, 1983-86, two largish
, bulbous pieces of dark glass, roughly organic in form, are set amid four planes of bronze and steel joined at various angles.
4-litre engine to be inadequate in a largish
car like the 405, but the engine revs happily and fuel injection helps produce a sharp throttle response and smooth power delivery.
In other words, the problem wouldn't exist if there wasn't a largish
section of the male population who think no more about buying themselves a piece of female flesh than they do a steak.
You can get ketta in most good fishmongers and the largish
, bright orange roe look stunning scattered through the scrambled eggs.
Apparently, it will be about the etiquette and secrets of life at a largish
country house (Highgrove, of course).
Even when largish
, they retain a sense of delicacy, like Pichette's tree gently rustled by the wind.
Back in Bangor, soon as the doors opened, a mob shoved on and I had to fight my way off over the largish
gap between carriage and platform.
They are largish
, creamy white and round ( really the only big white mushroom of the like in spring.