In reality, it was an infinite agglomeration of coloured infusoria, of veritable globules
of jelly, provided with a threadlike tentacle, and of which as many as twenty-five thousand have been counted in less than two cubic half-inches of water.
My chest was raw and red, and I could see tiny blood globules
starting through the torn and inflamed cuticle.
The metal had been fused, and although the room was about fifteen feet high, the globules
, dropping on the chairs and furniture, had drilled in them a chain of minute holes.
The marquise had taken a few steps, but at these words she paused, looking at Newman with eyes like two scintillating globules
A black-bearded man, with a green shade over his eyes, sat at a table, and, one by one, with short, white hands, picked up globules
of light from a tray before him, threaded them on a glancing silken string, and hummed to himself the while.
To a mesalliance of that kind every globule
of my ancestral blood spoke in opposition.
The largest pond is as sensitive to atmospheric changes as the globule
of mercury in its tube.
At the time of the Flood, Johnson argues, thewater globules
burst, yielding the 40 days and nights of rain.
Seaweed at the beaches, near Pembroke Dock, has been found covered with globules
of oil, with a sheen on the rocks and a strong smell of oil in the area.
The emulsified oils found in mayonnaise, sauces and margarine owe their specific mouth feel to how the oil globules
become destabilized on the mouth's surface.
The printer makes use of a molecular gastronomy technique called spherification to convert liquid to gelatinous globules
that resemble caviar or tapioca pearls.
The effects are as brutal as the original - globules
of blood spatter the camera as bodies are hacked apart - and while it lacks the verve and originality of 300, it is luridly entertaining.