It is likely enough that, rooted in the woods of France and Norway, there were growing trees, when that sufferer was put to death, already marked by the Woodman, Fate, to come down and be sawn
into boards, to make a certain movable framework with a sack and a knife in it, terrible in history.
The jaw is afterwards sawn
into slabs, and piled away like joists for building houses.
Hugh lingered behind for a few moments to stimulate himself with more drink, and to set all the taps running, a few of which had accidentally been spared; then, glancing round the despoiled and plundered room, through whose shattered window the rioters had thrust the Maypole itself,--for even that had been sawn
down,--lighted a torch, clapped the mute and motionless John Willet on the back, and waving his light above his head, and uttering a fierce shout, hastened after his companions.
One comprehends how undisturbed he was, and how safe from any danger of interruption, when it is stated that he even carried off a unicorn's horn--a mere curiosity--which would not pass through the egress entire, but had to be sawn
in two-- a bit of work which cost him hours of tedious labor.
Parts were of nickel, parts of ivory, parts had certainly been filed or sawn
out of rock crystal.
Thornbury because she's been so kind, but I don't see it; in fact, I'd rather have my right hand sawn
in pieces--just imagine
But when the spring, with a gentle stirring motion, announced her arrival, a new and busy life arose; with songs and hurrahs the ice was sawn
asunder, the ships were fresh tarred and rigged, that they might sail away to distant lands.
A boat once struck upon that, and it's as though it'd been sawn
through the middle.
Being originally much too large for the apartment which it was now employed to decorate, it had been sawn
short off at the waist.
What had been the counter or "bar" of the saloon, gorgeous in white and gold, now sawn
in two and divided, was set up on opposite sides of the room as separate dressing-tables, decorated with huge bunches of azaleas, that hid the rough earthenware bowls, and gave each table the appearance of a vestal altar.
It tells how they was stoned and sawn
asunder, and wandered about in sheep-skins and goat-skins, and was destitute, afflicted, tormented.
I will also give him the scabbard of newly sawn
ivory into which it fits.