Nevertheless, in France, the Barnacle Goose may be eaten on fast-days by virtue of this old belief in its marine origin.
"Notes and Queries, Number 201, September 3, 1853" by Various
Yet nothing met her eyes but more rocks, and surf, and fissures brown with rust and barnacles.
"Eyebright" by Susan Coolidge
Picking his way over the barnacled rocks he started for the beach.
"El Diablo" by Brayton Norton
One day Beth found some queer things in a pool, and Sophia told her they were barnacles.
"The Beth Book" by Sarah Grand
Here will be found hydroids, sea-anemones, starfishes, sea-urchins, barnacles, mussels.
"Scouting For Girls, Official Handbook of the Girl Scouts" by Girl Scouts
They told Purt that the Barnacle possessed a family resemblance to the Sweets that could not be denied.
"The Girls of Central High in Camp" by Gertrude W. Morrison
The ship barnacle began its career with two splendid eyes.
"A Man's Value to Society" by Newell Dwight Hillis
In order to prevent barnacles from injuring a ship's bottom, sheathing is put on.
"Harper's Young People, June 15, 1880" by Various
Their faces were flushed as if by hard drinking, and their pimpled noses resembled huge red barnacles.
"Japanese Fairy World" by William Elliot Griffis
Among others, Darwin had a considerable collection of barnacles gathered from boats and wharves in all parts of the world.
"The Meaning of Evolution" by Samuel Christian Schmucker
My niece, the Barnacle, has got
My piercing eyes of black;
The Elephant has got my nose,
I do not want it back.
"The Oneness Of The Philosopher With Nature" by Gilbert Keith Chesterton
From spar to deck, from deck to keel,
From barnacle to shroud,
There weren't one pair of reach-me-downs
To all that jabbering crowd.
"The Ship Of Rio" by Walter de la Mare
Dragging their Jesus hair.
Did I escape, I wonder?
My mind winds to you
Old barnacled umbilicus, Atlantic cable,
Keeping itself, it seems, in a state of miraculous
"Medusa" by Sylvia Plath
One moonlit night a ship drove in,
A ghost ship from the west,
Drifting with bare mast and lone tiller,
Like a mermaid drest
In long green weed and barnacles:
She beached and came to rest.
"The "Alice Jean"" by Robert Graves
They all agreed very well, though at times you heard it said
That BILL had a way of his own of making his lips look red -
That JOE looked quite his age - or somebody might declare
That BARNACLE'S long pig-tail was never his own own hair.
"The Bumboat Woman's Story" by William Schwenck Gilbert
Come out and enjoy the music at The Barnacle Historic State Park, 3485 Main Highway in downtown Coconut Grove.
Rumson's Barnacle Bill Won't Serve Peanuts Anymore – Do the Few Ruin it for the Majority.
Maybe it's the funky economy with so many folks looking for the big payday…but another casualty of our over litigious society is the peanut tradition at Barnacle Bill's in Rumson.
This September, The Barnacle Historic Park will be hosting a dance party every fourth Sunday of the month until the end of December.
Guests are invited to wrap up the Great Grove Bed Race on Sunday, September 2 with a pajama party at The Barnacle Historic State Park.
Fly problems at Barnacle Bud 's in Bay View.
Barnacle Bud 's in Bay View on Hilbert off of K.K.
Ralph Munroe's Barnacle: Centerpiece of a Legacy.
Shamika and Jerome Scott have been regular customers at Tallahassee's Barnacle Bill's Restaurant.
Shamika and Jerome Scott have been regular customers at Tallahassee's "Barnacle Bill's Restaurant".
The new album We Were Drifting On A Sad Song by Danish dream-gaze group—and CMJ Mixtape band—Sleep Party People is available to purchase today on Brine And Barnacles.
Vice President Joe Biden, America's textbook Beltway barnacle, still labors under the illusion that he is America's middle-class Everyman.
An Arctic Barnacle Goose, left, shares a meal with a Canada Goose in Van Cortlandt Park's Parade Ground on Nov 30.
Massive animal leaves behind 'blubber and barnacles' and a broken mast.
Also called a "barnacle," in most cases, the PUP is spyware, adware or some other unwanted software.