he cried, opening the hall door, to confront a bald-headed
man who stood peering at our hero with bright snapping eyes, like those of some big bird spying out the land from afar.
Highcamp was a plain, bald-headed
man, who only talked under compulsion.
Woman of sixty-five who ran away with a bald-headed
young tinker once.
Its office helpers were all known to the "Army" by quaint titles--"Inky Ike," "the Bald-headed
Man," "the Redheaded Girl," "the Bulldog," "the Office Goat," and "the One Hoss.
From that time out, I prophesied myself bald-headed
trying to supply the demand.
She's an ugly, bald-headed
, malicious, middle-aged wretch
I will hug it to my heart--I will always love it, for the sake of my good friend, the bald-headed
But Mulcahy confused the causes of things, and when a very muzzy Maverick smote a sergeant on the nose or called his commanding officer a bald-headed
old lard- bladder and even worse names, he fancied that rebellion and not liquor was at the bottom of the outbreak.
The Grandmother had herself carried-- or, rather, wheeled--through each room in turn, in order that she might subject the whole to a close and attentive scrutiny; while the landlord--an elderly, bald-headed
man--walked respectfully by her side.
It is fifty years old, bald-headed
, and deaf, but it is very easy about money.
It was an old Mohammedan, with a strong dash of Arab--a smallboned, bald-headed
chap, and I was just wondering how it had kept so well in our climate when it sneezed.
His back view was immensely respectable, for he stood nearly six feet high, and looked rather like a very proper bald-headed