patches, and little holes and crevices opened here and there by the action of the summer heat, announced that the lawn, like everything else at the farm, had been neglected, in the exclusive attention paid to the claims of the horses.
It was a master surgeon, him that ampytated me--out of college and all--Latin by the bucket, and what not; but he was hanged like a dog, and sun-dried
like the rest, at Corso Castle.
Also, one gruesome vision he caught of his own head, sun-dried
and smoke-cured, ornamenting the canoe house of a cannibal village.
For even when tranquilly swimming through the mid-day sea in a calm, with his elevated hump sun-dried
as a dromedary's in the desert; even then, the whale always carries a small basin of water on his head, as under a blazing sun you will sometimes see a cavity in a rock filled up with rain.
There were overturned wagons like sun-dried
The tender tips of the fallen palms were likewise eaten, while the thousands of coconuts were husked and split and sun-dried
and smoke-cured into copra to be sold to the next passing trader.
The pound and a half of sun-dried
salmon, which was his ration for each day, seemed to go nowhere.
She was not very old, though plainly past forty, strong, healthy, vigorous, and sun-dried
; and seeing her daughter and the page on horseback, she exclaimed, "What's this, child?
A rabbit-skin sleeping-robe, a muzzle-loading rifle, and a few pounds of sun-dried
salmon constituted his outfit.
Yes, Sumasai had several hidden ashore, in good condition, sun-dried
, and smoke-cured.
Looking the other way, the vast expanse of land gave them a sensation which is given by no view, however extended, in England; the villages and the hills there having names, and the farthest horizon of hills as often as not dipping and showing a line of mist which is the sea; here the view was one of infinite sun-dried
earth, earth pointed in pinnacles, heaped in vast barriers, earth widening and spreading away and away like the immense floor of the sea, earth chequered by day and by night, and partitioned into different lands, where famous cities were founded, and the races of men changed from dark savages to white civilised men, and back to dark savages again.
He seemed to be a three-legged creature at first sight, but on coming nearer you would have seen that 'twas really naught but a poorly clad man, who for a freak had covered up his rags with a capul-hide, nothing more nor less than the sun-dried
skin of a horse, complete with head, tail, and mane.