They landed on a wharf, and went through an unswept
, deeply-rutted lane up to the main street of Lyvern.
In the gates of these your councils my people shall sing, In the doors of these your garners the Bat-folk shall cling; And the snake shall be your watchman, By a hearthstone unswept
; For the Karela, the bitter Karela, Shall fruit where ye slept!
She took no notice of the unswept
condition of the rooms and indulged in no explanations nor apologies.
Low Hartburn Residents' Association (LHRA) has also raised concerns about roads being left unswept
for "weeks at a time".
Davidson writes of that cover as a mosaic art called the Unswept
Floor, made by the most famous mosaicists, Sosos: 'Across a white background is an even scattering of debris: a wish-bone, a claw, some fruit, various discarded limbs of sea creatures, the remains of a fish.' Davidson's analysis illuminates further what we can see and should see on the piece: 'But the floor is not really the subject at all.'
Friday, April 19: Waiflike, The Unswept
, Collectors, The Spindles, Thrift Store Halo, BingBong
Anyhow, it was now a crumb that the black ant found on the unswept
Yet, for Jurgen Klopp, a visit to Huddersfield is an unswept
JURGEN KLOPP admits despite his Liverpool side being favourites on their visit to Huddersfield tonight, it is still an unswept
minefield for him.
Is it not said that any case that money can't decide will be left to rot in the unswept
corridors of power?
He swept in a random sequence that left large areas of the floor unswept
. In addition, the sweeper he used was old and ineffective at picking up the dirt and debris on the floor, which John reported to the researcher with frustration.
Moreover, the readers observe Shakespeare's rebirth either in archaic or recently constructed languages proving that "Not marble nor the gilded monuments/Of princes shall outlive this powerful rhyme./But you shall shine more bright in these contents/Than unswept
stone besmeared with sluttish time" (Sonnet 55).