Buffaloes in herds, grouse in broods, quail in flocks, the human race in circles.
"The Wedding Ring" by T. De Witt Talmage
The quail has many children, and I will ask her for one of them.
"The Book of Nature Myths" by Florence Holbrook
Take a quail and raise his legs and his wings as an hen, and no sauce but salt.
"The accomplisht cook" by Robert May
Before this reality, however, Godfrey, let it be said to his credit, did not quail.
"Godfrey Morgan" by Jules Verne
Sprudell's eyes quailed a little beneath the fierce intensity of Bruce's gaze, but for a moment only.
"The Man from the Bitter Roots" by Caroline Lockhart
The observations of modern travellers have confirmed in a very interesting manner the account given us of quails in the Bible.
"Mamma's Stories about Birds" by Anonymous (AKA the author of "Chickseed without Chickweed")
He ate with a relish and spoke several times about the quail being so very fine, and suggested that I try one.
"Twenty Years of Hus'ling" by J. P. Johnston
Despite themselves de Peyster and Caldwell quailed.
"The Border Watch" by Joseph A. Altsheler
But he did not quail before the steady gaze of the English.
"Four American Indians" by Edson L. Whitney
It would have caused the stoutest heart to quail, and Lucien's was terrified.
"Popular Adventure Tales" by Mayne Reid
Kings at her splendour quailed.
For all his triple steel
War at her chariot-wheel.
"Art" by Alfred Noyes
We promised loud, and boasted high,
"To break our country's chains, or die;"
And, should we quail, that country's name
Will be the synonym of shame.
"We Must Not Fail" by Thomas Osborne Davis
"I sing to cheer them that they may not quail,
Nor shrink amid life's busy toil and pain;
But if through all the weary fight they fail
To use the second watchword, all is vain."
"The Two Watchwords" by Alexander Anderson
Then back he bends, and to earth descends—
Cloud-rending stormer, the world he shaketh!
Pale Fear lies wailing, the brave are quailing
The proud he humbles, the strong he breaketh.
"The Wind Unbound." by Samuel Bamford
Then let our tongues fresh music make,
And sound his wondrous praise abroad;
And when the Universe shall quake,
And Nature quail before her God,
We'll join the angels' choir above,
And sing our Lord's unchanging love.
"Ode To Music" by James Monroe Whitfield
And would not fear, at my coming then,
Hush every voice in the homes of men?
Would not bright eyes in my presence quail?
Young cheeks with a nameless thrill turn pale?
No gift be mine that aside would turn
The human love for whose founts I yearn!
"Fairy Favours" by Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Bid on GOLF PACKAGES for courses like the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail, Quail Crossing, Victoria National, Cambridge, and Rolling Hills.
6344 Quail Meadow Cove, Bartlett, TN, 38135.
About Quail ridge Highlands .
'Christmas at the Hollow ' to be staged at Quail Hollow Park.
Whereas sniffer-shy quail still attempted to mate with females, the researchers suspect the males were being driven by sight—birds' primary romantic trigger.
This image of a quail sits alongside the road near the Carmela Vineyards in Glenns Ferry.
Guide Ryan Boutcher demonstrates how to use the paddle with Quail Rock in the background.
Concorso Italiano and The Quail.
Quail @goosefootchi needed a little something.
Throughout September and October, metro movie buffs will get a chance to see some late night classics and more recent releases at the AMC Quail Spri.
Founder's retirement means new chapter for Quail Ridge Books.
Diamond Bar's Quail Summit Hosts Zumba For a Cure.
The congregation at Forest Hill's SouthPark campus is collecting school supplies for students at Quail Hollow Middle School.
A no contact advisory for Quail Creek in Spring Lake Township was lifted as of Wednesday.
Use this restaurant-ready recipe for sautéed quail breast when you want to pull out all of the stops for guests.