At the instant, he felt a sharp prick in his little finger, like a pin prick.
"Stories to Tell Children" by Sara Cone Bryant
Now at the mention of Yap-Yap the Prairie Dog, the long ears of Peter Rabbit had pricked up at once.
"Mother West Wind "Where" Stories" by Thornton W. Burgess
They bought some household stores and comforts at a very high price, and pricked upon the homeward road, away from vulgar revellers.
"Lorna Doone" by R. D. Blackmore
Meanwhile the cat was, for his sins, being horribly pricked by the holly-hedge through which he was sliding.
"The Way of the Wild" by F. St. Mars
But the Berber-Bashi pricked up his ears and grew terribly attentive when mention was made of the hidden treasures of the Grand Vizier.
"Halil the Pedlar" by Mór Jókai
But as for that, he's barely out of bed from my pin-prick.
"The Master of Appleby" by Francis Lynde
All at once, she felt a fine prick on her head, and threw back one hand and turned quickly.
"The Portion of Labor" by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
And M. Picot must have seen my surprise, for he drew back to his shell like a pricked snail.
"Heralds of Empire" by Agnes C. Laut
The flowers are small and white, and the stems prickly.
"On the Trail" by Lina Beard and Adelia Belle Beard
Conscience pricked Fay that night.
"Prisoners" by Mary Cholmondeley
Where we planted roses sweet
Thorns come up an' pricked the feet;
But this old world's hard to beat,—
"Here's Hopin'" by Frank Lebby Stanton
Slumber sweet, noddlekins,
Nurse is full of prickly pins,
Mamma's full of kisses sweet
For dimpled hands and rosy feet.
"Lullaby" by Ella Fraser Weller
And pricks his finger on a pin
In her unfinished sewing,
And sees the whole of her again,
And silent tears come flowing.
"Parting" by Boris Pasternak
The first place that he came unto
It was the open wold,
And underneath were prickly whins,
And a wind that blew so cold.
"The Ballad Of Judas Iscariot" by Robert Williams Buchanan
But the King spake:--
"What fool is this, that hurts our ears
With folly? or what drunken slave?
My guards, what, prick him with your spears!
Prick me the fellow from the path!"
"Stanzas In Memory Of The Author Of 'Obermann'" by Matthew Arnold
The starry hosts with silver lances prick
The scarlet fringes of the tents of Day,
And turn their crystal shields upon their breasts,
And point their radiant lances, and so wait
The stirring of the giant in his caves.
"A Battle" by Isabella Valancy Crawford
Prickly Pear -Peach Sorbet.
Cup prickly pear puree (or substitute plum puree).
1 ounce Fruitpure Prickly Pear Puree.
Saliva instead of finger pricks.
Sandia 's 'lab-on-disk' could make medical tests faster, cheaper for patients SpinDx technology offers quick blood work results with just a pin prick.
Rubbing rough surfaces makes us prickly.
I ended a recent meal there with a trio of sick sorbets : melon, pineapple and hot-pink prickly pear.
Prick the plastic to release the steam.
Two people have been injured at a WalMart store in Georgia when they were pricked by syringes that were hidden in the clothes.
One man pricked himself with a syringe and was taken to a hospital, said Oceanside police Sgt Leonard Mata.
Prickly and terse about his Judaism.
Winchester Police tell us an 8-year-old girl was pricked by a medical needle found inside her bag of candy Wednesday night.
Adoptable pets – An antidote to prickly politics.
Prickly Pairs Phoenix Serves as Hot Venue for Auto Glass Conference.
Phoenix and the auto glass industry have always formed a prickly pair.
The rising of real incomes and the increasing in abundant of consumer goods have pricked demand for greater consumption on electronic gadgets in most modernized countries.
Grid Information Security Functional Requirement - Fulfilling Information Security of a Smart Grid System
Gamma-rays are notoriously hard to focus, so no sharp gamma-ray “images” exist to this day: they are just diffuse pin-pricks of gamma-ray light.