Presently the object of his scrutiny came within the range of my vision and I saw that it was another yellow man.
So it was that before Thuvan Dihn knew what I was about he saw me standing by the side of the white-clad yellow man, battling like mad with his five adversaries.
Scarcely had the yellow man spoken, when he interrupted himself, and though he seemed weary enough before, continued his journey at a pace which would have kept the pedlar's mare on a smart trot.
Had nothing occurred to corroborate the story of the first traveller, it might now have been considered as a hoax; but the yellow man was evidently acquainted either with the report or the fact; and there was a mystery in his dismayed and guilty look on being abruptly questioned.
In the place of the gypsy, on the carpet, whose arabesques had seemed to vanish but a moment previously by the capricious figures of her dance, the archdeacon no longer beheld any one but the red and yellow man
, who, in order to earn a few testers in his turn, was walking round the circle, with his elbows on his hips, his head thrown back, his face red, his neck outstretched, with a chair between his teeth.
Chadband is a large yellow man
with a fat smile and a general appearance of having a good deal of train oil in his system.
I zoom in to the location, grab the little yellow man
icon and drop him on the location.
I did lots of research on Google with the yellow man
you walk around streets with.
With over 400 stalls of arts, crafts and local farm produce, the fair is famous for showcasing local specialties yellow man
- a yellow toffee candy tasting of honeycomb - and dulse, an edible red seaweed.
My flight of fancy arrived with a lump of Yellow Man
Jawbox Gin have been on about it for ages, especially given the fact ginger ale was invented in Belfast.
The brown Black man and the brown Yellow man
My musical heroes are Bob Marley, Supercat, Yellow Man
and Bill Withers.