, bog and marsh and undergrowth had no terrors for him.
The doctor had been no less carefully armed and accoutered
by his housekeeper, the vigilant Frau Ilsy, and sallied forth in his camlet robe by way of surcoat, his black velvet cap under his cocked hat, a thick clasped book under his arm, a basket of drugs and dried herbs in one hand, and in the other the miraculous rod of divination.
All were working hard; and he himself looked up from writing a page of memoranda in a private room to see Horne Fisher standing in the doorway, accoutered
as if for travel.
Additionally, this is a prodigious and advantageous ethology that will accouter
our platforms amidst the mechanisms to endure about the preeminent perimeter of perspicacity and the junction of consumer praxes.
It is, therefore, necessary take into accouter
this possibility by advocating mitigation and mitigation measures for this impact.
He estimates that "a factor of 4 or 5 [times annual income] would not be unreasonable," noting further that many knights were landless, and many a noble family sent two or three expensively equipped family members to Jerusalem.(64) As Mann suggests, in the materially deprived conditions of medieval, feudal Europe, "only a relatively wealthy man could keep a horse and equip himself with body armor."(65) Significantly, many a feudal lord sold his seigniorial rights to future income back to his fiefs for a pittance, often accompanied by a writ of self-denunciation for past oppression and a vow to redeem his errors as part of his contract to raise funds to accouter
himself for crusading.(66)
The fully accoutered
man has a pot on his shoulder for cigarettes, a pan underfoot for ash and butts, and a lizard's mouth is a matchbox holder.
Art becomes a character in its own right in two paintings that pair a man in contemporary dress with an exotically accoutered
Mine owner (and novelist manque) Sebastian (Sebastian Vogler), accoutered
with a leopard-print beret, exploits his recruits, including Didier (Roman Bayarri), a failed painter from Dublin who accuses his boss of sexual abuse.
Cincinnatus' cosmic world, as embodied by his cell, is subsumed with his macrocosmic world: this cell is accoutered
with a moon (a gnostic symbol) whose light makes Cincinnatus aware of the passage of time.
Pearl is delicate, and I for one could feel the ghost of General George Patton frowning at me if I wore a handgun so accoutered
. Patton's own choice of ivory is more "usable," but it still tends to yellow and crack.
they came accoutered
in pants and long hair, and such unisex had been