Do you know, Jane, I have your little pearl necklace at this moment fastened round my bronze scrag
under my cravat?
I know it isn't pleasant, when you've been used to living in a big way, and managing hogsheads and all that, to go and put your nose in by somebody else's fireside, or to sit down by yourself to a scrag
or a knuckle; but, thank God
The butcher and the porkman painted up, only the leanest scrags
of meat; the baker, the coarsest of meagre loaves.
Unquestionably there were but few things to put away, if there had been one; but, however few in number, or small in individual amount, still, remnants of loaves and pieces of cheese, and damp towels, and scrags
of meat, and articles of wearing apparel, and mutilated crockery, and bellows without nozzles, and toasting-forks without prongs, do present somewhat of an uncomfortable appearance when they are scattered about the floor of a small apartment, which is the common sitting and sleeping room of three idle men.
The second stage involved collecting a random suite of bedrock samples from elsewhere in the Scrag
Lake pluton for comparison to samples collected close to the scarp.
61 0 Source: Data Consult Table--2 Main business players in synthetic fiber industry and capacity (tons/year) Producers PFY PSF Total 1 Polysindo 210,000 140,000 350,000 2 Indorama 262,000 56,000 318,000 3 GT Petrochem (Polychem) 110,250 85,750 196,000 4 TIFICO (Teijin Indonesia) 66,500 72,450 138,950 5 Polyfin 87,600 - 87,600 6 Indo Toray 15,000 66,000 81,000 7 SK Keris 75,250 - 75,250 Source: Data Consult Table--3 Technology used by several players in synthetic fiber industry Business players Technologies used TIFICO Teijin Ltd Sulindafin Zimmer, Reiter Scrag
& Barmag (Europe) and Teijin Seiki & Murata (Japan) Indorama Zimmer & Barmag (Eropa), Toyobo, Teijin Seiki & Murata (Japan).
Then out of nowhere came Tait with the latest of late stage entrances to scrag
his man, hold the ball up and stop a cast-iron try.
And there are so many fine dishes to be revived: the succulent neck, the shoulder rolled around forcemeat, the cavalier's broil (with pickled mushrooms), the real Irish stew, the scrag
stewed in onions, the kidneys in the ancient Oxford breakfast manner or sliced thin a la francaise, the slightly curried China chilo minced with pease and cucumber, the old mutton gravies, especially soubise, and cold mutton--which didn't mean cold in a lunchpail sandwich, but leftover cutlets dipped in egg and breadcrumbs and then fried.
I've danced my little dance, but perhaps on no stage, have disposed my mind to pretense, feigned a certain tawdry Platonism, knowing nothing of the gent (I once bet a week's take at the till on a plug named Plato's Shade and the wretched scrag
failed even to show, I've shied from philosophizing horses ever since), stolen freely and without remorse, (e.
Other death-defying creatures include the Scrag
, a hovering amphibious beast who shoots missiles with deadly accuracy; Zombies, dead humanoids who rip chunks of flesh from their heads to hurl as a weapon; Death Knights, deadlier cousins of the Knights with powerful charges emitting from their swords; the underwater terrors -- giant piranha-like Rotfish; the Shambler, an abominable beast that rips attackers with his giant horned hands and blasts them with deadly accurate super-bolts of lightning; the Vore, a fearsome ancient spider-like creature; and finally the Chthon, a gigantic lava-dwelling beast.
I couldn't help but be disappointed that my chips were thinner than normal, with plenty of scrag
Across the road, Johnny Scrag
was loading his van with trays of unsold meat.