And this is what I've made of
my life--nothing, nothing, nothing.
His boat was made of
three buffalo skins, stretched on a light frame, stitched together, and the seams paid with elk tallow and ashes.
Of course, such tiny heads could not contain any great amount of brains, and the Whimsies were so ashamed of their personal appearance and lack of commonsense that they wore big heads made of
pasteboard, which they fastened over their own little heads.
These buildings, made of
brick and stained with innumerable layers of Packingtown smoke, were painted all over with advertising signs, from which the visitor realized suddenly that he had come to the home of many of the torments of his life.
Dear Sir: Complying with the request which you made of
me when I saw you at your residence a few days ago, I now submit in writing an appeal for a library building for our institution.
Also she has a pretty blood-red heart, but it is made of stone--a ruby, I think--and so is rather hard and unfeeling.
A bed-quilt made of patches of different kinds and colors of cloth, all neatly sewed together.
It was a great jest of his, I recollect, to pretend that he couldn't keep his teeth from chattering, whenever mention was made of
an Alguazill in connexion with the adventures of Gil Blas; and I remember that when Gil Blas met the captain of the robbers in Madrid, this unlucky joker counterfeited such an ague of terror, that he was overheard by Mr.
They called immediately to some of their friends, and there came two women, and brought a great vessel made of
earth, and burnt, as I supposed, in the sun, this they set down to me, as before, and I sent Xury on shore with my jars, and filled them all three.
From the drawings, buildings could be made of
anything from icing sugar to mud.
If you were to dissect a typical living-room couch, you'd likely find an environmental disaster: a frame made of
unsustainably harvested wood treated with formaldehyde and varnishes that can pollute indoor air; unrecyclable foam cushions dosed with flame-retardant chemicals that accumulate in fish when released into the environment; and upholstery colored with chlorine-based dyes and tacked on with toxic glues.
Imagine for a moment that you are sitting behind your computer and realize that, instead of clogging landfills when the computer becomes obsolete, much of it will be composted because the molded plastics that it is made of
are biodegradable materials.