It is an elegant animal in a state of nature, with a long slender neck and fine legs
. It is very common over the whole of the temperate parts of the continent, as far south as the islands near Cape Horn.
'em all for shapes: you see he holds his head like a sodger, and he isn't so cushiony as most o' the oldish gentlefolks--they run fat in general; and he's got a fine leg
. The parson's nimble enough, but he hasn't got much of a leg: it's a bit too thick down'ard, and his knees might be a bit nearer wi'out damage; but he might do worse, he might do worse.
We have seen some fine legs
in our city, kicking high in the chorus lines and fasttapping in the dance-halls, moonwalking at rock concerts, swerving on football fields and supporting groaning tables in grand banqueting halls.
I had the Flat Top, the abrasive, arrogant disposition, the round butt high as a mountain, the big, fine legs
. As I made my way back to the living room, my eyes scoped out familiar pictures, surveying them.
Nathan Vengdasalem 18.10, Bernie Murphy 18.47 & Sammy Rashid 19.10 ran fine legs
with the team being backed up by Jimmy Eden, Mark Bleasdale & Rob Woods to finish in the top 50.