If he is, and spouts a whole lot of that bone-dry
stuff about the ancient Mayan civilization and their antiquities, with side lights on how the old-time Indians used to scalp their enemies, I'm going to the moving pictures
The twenty-second we lay in a heather bush on the hillside in Uam Var, within view of a herd of deer, the happiest ten hours of sleep in a fine, breathing sunshine and on bone-dry
ground, that I have ever tasted.
Rain or Shine connected on just 11 assists and went bone-dry
from the three-point area with a 6-of-41 clip.
Some 6,000 homes were evacuated as 21 large fires burned in the bone-dry
western US state, which is in the throes of a historic drought.
wine dominated by fresh red fruit aromas on the palate, cherry and cranberry with a touch of bitterness on the balanced medium finish.
its globe hanging from bone-dry
branches, belly swelling with a
During some winters, rainwater pools in the normally bone-dry
lakebed and freezes into thin rafts of floating ice.
99 from Naked Wines, it wowed FIFA big wigs at the 2010 World Cup with its concentrated, bone-dry
complexity and butterscotch, citrus and spice flavours.
California experienced the driest year on record last year leaving vegetation throughout the state bone-dry
What if these aerial flames fall on bone-dry
moorlands, forestry, ripe cereal and hay fields , gorseland surrounding Welsh homes or even petrol stations?
There, Chenin Blanc is sometimes bone-dry
(as in the Savennieres region), sometimes a little off-dry (Vouvray leans that way), but never too sweet.
There's vicious humour in the bone-dry
exchanges between smooth Toby Stephens, as Elyot, and Anna Chancellor, who exudes rangy elegance as fiery Amanda.