She placed the ebony handle in the marshal's hand, who weighed it lovingly in his grasp.
"The Black Douglas" by S. R. Crockett
And the sewing-table, ebony inlaid with mother-of-pearl, that stood always by the south window?
"Honey-Sweet" by Edna Turpin
And yonder, a dull gleam as of ebony, a grand piano.
"Under Handicap" by Jackson Gregory
In these degrees they have shown you an ebony box, a key suspended, a balance, and an inflamed urn.
"The Mysteries of Free Masonry" by William Morgan
Ivory and sandal-wood or ebony, too, have been sometimes thus combined.
"Arts and Crafts in the Middle Ages" by Julia De Wolf Addison
In twenty-four hours he assumes a splendid ebony black which rivals that of the adult insect.
"Social Life in the Insect World" by J. H. Fabre
It and her ebony chairs, her claw-footed tables, her harp and dower chest, had come with her from France.
"Old Kaskaskia" by Mary Hartwell Catherwood
The floor was uncarpeted, and shone like ebony.
"The Swindler and Other Stories" by Ethel M. Dell
God's images in ebony.
"The Olden Time Series, Vol. 6: Literary Curiosities" by Henry M. Brooks
The French sofa, the ebony stand, the clavier, looked familiar.
"A Dream of Empire" by William Henry Venable
Thus in thy ebony box
Thou dost inclose us, till the day
Put our amendment in our way,
And give new wheels to our disorder'd clocks.
"Even-Song" by George Herbert
With eyes fulfilled of noon, haply thou shalt not see
How, in a land illumed by suns of ebony,
Beneath thy breath the fiery shadows flame and fade.
"Dominion" by Clark Ashton Smith
Our hair combed back is carved in wood,
the moon walks over our ebony shoulders.
A distant cockcrow, the night goes by, silent.
Rich is the rime of love, withered the dowry.
"Statue of a Couple" by Czeslaw Milosz
Frost upon small rain—the ebony-lacquered avenue
Reflecting lamps as a pool shows goldfish.
The sight suddenly emptied out of the young man's eyes
Entering upon it sideways.
"Arterial" by Rudyard Kipling
My sweetheart's dainty lips are red,
With ruby's crimson overspread;
Her teeth are like a string of pearls;
Down her neck her clustering curls
In ebony hue vie with the night,
And over her features dances light.
"My sweetheart's dainty lips" by Yehudah ha-Levi
The ebony House of Mammon goes up against the sky;
The north wind and the south wind before its portals die.
Its towers go near to Heaven; its vaults go nearer Hell,
And all are fat with favor to some who serve them well.
"The Common Cult" by George Sterling
Ebony Repertory Theatre aims to set 'a high bar'.
Hub student named one of top US teens by Ebony .
Vivian Mbawuike, a 17-year-old senior at Boston Community Leadership Academy, was recently named one of the top 10 high school seniors in the United States by Ebony magazine.
I saw ebony on petfinder.com and fell in love.
Wal-Mart Stores are selling the first series of Ebony Inspirations greetings cards in celebration of Black History Month.
Ebony Breeze Towers Over Endine Hopefuls.
(from Delaware Park report) Kinsman Stable's Ebony Breeze heads a field of nine in the $200,000 Endine Handicap (gr III) at Delaware Park Saturday, a six-furlong affair for fillies and mares.
Founder of Ebony , Jet magazines dies.
Publisher John H Johnson, who founded Ebony and Jet magazines, died Monday at age 87, his company said.
Residents at Ebony Gardens say they could be in for a hot, unbearable summer if something isn't done.
Ebony Fashion Fair this Saturday.
The piano-playing team of great grandmothers, Ebony and Ivory, is going on the road again.
Tonight's Supreme Cutie of the Night is one of my Facebook friends, Ebony Jenkins.
Owner and creative director Ebony Snow Chafey cofounded the Chicago-based design and stationery firm Snow & Graham in the spring of 1998.
Face of Fox Finalist Jose Maestas II joins Nikki, Kristen and Photojournalist Kenny Hatchitt with this week's Pet of the Week: " Ebony .".