In most cases this lower jaw
--being easily unhinged by a practised artist --is disengaged and hoisted on deck for the purpose of extracting the ivory teeth, and furnishing a supply of that hard white whalebone with which the fishermen fashion all sorts of curious articles, including canes, umbrella-stocks, and handles to riding-whips.
At the instant that he felt the spear come away from Ja's hand the creature must have opened his huge jaws to catch me, for when I came down, still clinging to the butt end of the weapon, the point yet rested in his mouth and the result was that the sharpened end transfixed his lower jaw.
A glance over my shoulder showed me the sithic engaged in pawing at the spear stuck through his lower jaw, and so busily engaged did he remain in this occupation that I had gained the safety of the cliff top before he was ready to take up the pursuit.
He stood before her, pale, his lower jaw
quivering, and besought her to be calm, not knowing how or why.
The Gaucho now holding fast the bridle fixed to the lower jaw, leads the horse outside the corral.
Their forehead is very short and broad, with the nasal end turned up, and the upper lip much drawn back; their lower jaws project beyond the upper, and have a corresponding upward curve; hence their teeth are always exposed.
But to his great surprise he could say no more, for tears came to his eyes and his lower jaw
began to quiver rapidly.
Nothing was done, and nothing seemed capable of being done; those on deck rushed towards the bows, and stood eyeing the boom as if it were the lower jaw
of an exasperated whale.
he asked, hardly able to master the trembling of his lower jaw
Michael sat on his haunches, the length of his lower jaw
resting on Daughtry's knee, the while his eyes dilated, contracted and glowed, his ears ever pricking and repricking to listen, his stump tail thumping ecstatically on the floor.
It was a fair grip on the lower jaw
, and Satan described a half circle and was flung to the rear, turning over in the air and falling heavily on his back.
By this time a growth of thin fluffy hair had come to blur, like a golden mist, the sharp line of his small lower jaw