He never tired of looking at the big hairy elephants with their turned-up tusks and long snaky trunks.
"The Cave Boy of the Age of Stone" by Margaret A. McIntyre
I do not care to foul my tusks with the blood of so base a creature.
"Aesop's Fables" by Aesop
And the lord of that country sent me elephants' teeth and four negroes, who carried one great ivory tusk to the ship.
"Prince Henry the Navigator, the Hero of Portugal and of Modern Discovery, 1394-1460 A.D." by C. Raymond Beazley
Gray-dark trunk curled upward between great ivory tusks, ears went wide as ponderous feet crunched volcanic soil.
"Voodoo Planet" by Andrew North
I could hear the sounds of the mighty tusks uprooting huge trees!
"A Journey to the Centre of the Earth" by Jules Verne
There the brute lay on his back, tusks upright under the stern; then with a quick flop he dived.
"The North Pole" by Robert E. Peary
And over the round of the lower jaw, tusks protruded in ugly promise.
"Star Hunter" by Andre Alice Norton
With these may be connected arrow heads and sharp pointed weapons of the worked antlers of the stag, and tusks of the wild boar.
"Scientific American, Volume XXIV., No. 12, March 18, 1871" by Various
In many respects it may be likened to a hippopotamus without tusks or legs.
"The Andes and the Amazon" by James Orton
From its mouth turned up two tusks, each of them two palms long.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13, No. 77, March, 1864" by Various
Down tusks of ice one drop will go,
Nor fall: at sunny noon
'Twill hang a diamond—fade, and grow
An opal for the moon.
"Songs of the Winter Days" by George MacDonald
Out of the west, where dusk,
From her rich windowsill,
Leaned with a wand of tusk,
Witch-like, and wood and hill
Phantomed with mist and musk.
"Clouds Of The Autumn Night" by Madison Julius Cawein
Inward the ice—floes where the walrus whet
Their pendent tusks, I sweep and swirl my way,
Or dally where 'neath dome and minaret
The dolphins play.
""What ails you, Ocean, that nor near nor far"" by Alfred Austin
But waked, and found myself in the vivid dusk
Plunging the deep and icy floor, gone gray
With bellowing shapes of morning, and the gay
Sunshaft through me like an ivory tusk.
"Hero" by Paul Engle
To whatever variation
Our posterity may turn
Hairy, squashy, or crustacean,
Bulbous-eyed or square of stern,
Tusked or toothless, mild or ruthless,
Towards that unknown god we yearn.
"Evolutionary Hymn" by C S Lewis
Deep-hearted roses of the purple dusk
And lilies of the morn;
And cactus, holding up a slender tusk
Of fragrance on a thorn;
All heavy flowers, sultry with their musk,
Her presence puts to scorn.
"Snow And Fire" by Madison Julius Cawein
Black Tusk a 7,598-foot peak.
What happened to the Kellogg Mammoth Tusk .
Jeff VanZandt wants to know, "Whatever happened to that tusk .".
It was August of 2005 when earth-moving equipment uncovered a mammoth tusk on East Kellogg.
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OSKALOOSA — Researchers at the mammoth dig site in rural Mahaska County discovered a mammoth tusk Sunday morning that was at least 4 feet long.
"It's a huge tusk ," said Dr Jim North of William Penn University.
Researchers uncover a mammoth tusk that is at least 4 feet long Sunday morning at a dig site in rural Mahaska County.
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Donald Tusk says he wants to remain prime minister in order to pass needed reforms.