A skull, dried scraps of fur and flesh still clinging to it, stared hollow-eyed up at them.
"Star Born" by Andre Norton
It was about this time that he invested in his first scrap-book.
"Never-Fail Blake" by Arthur Stringer
Larssen had proved right in his guess of the make of machine with which his scrap of typing had been done.
"Swirling Waters" by Max Rittenberg
Working with civilians, we often had the satisfaction of a scrap.
"Into the Jaws of Death" by Jack O'Brien
It'll be a tough scrap before we're through.
"The Triumph of John Kars" by Ridgwell Cullum
The mate was at the heel of the foot-plank, and he saw at once what the scrap of sacking was meant to hide.
"The Price" by Francis Lynde
The fire was built up with the last scrap of coal in the hod, and then Ronald lay down without undressing.
"Sue, A Little Heroine" by L. T. Meade
As stated before, at the top of each pot are several test pieces consisting of a whole scrap gear and several sections.
"The Working of Steel" by Fred H. Colvin
Scraps should never be left in the sink.
"Ontario Teachers' Manuals: Household Science in Rural Schools" by Ministry of Education Ontario
But look at that scrap going on overhead.
"Army Boys on the Firing Line" by Homer Randall
The ships he served of old,
When blood was young and hot,
Long wrecked or scrapped or sold;
Their very names forgot;
"The Ships He Served Of Old" by Cicely Fox Smith
And this is why this scrap of blue
Is precious in my sight;
It changed my sad and gloomy home
From darkness into light.
"The Sparrow's Fall" by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
The vision of scarce a moment,
And hardly marked at the time,
It comes unbidden to haunt me,
Like a scrap of ballad-rhyme.
"An Ember Picture" by James Russell Lowell
Sir Syntax dwelt in thick fir-grove,
All strown with scraps of flowers,
Which he had pluck'd to please his love,
Among the Muses' bowers.
"Sir Hornbook" by Thomas Love Peacock
He flew in a rage—he danced and blew;
But in vain
Was the pain
Of his bursting brain,
For still the Moon-scrap the broader grew
The more that he swelled his big cheeks and blew.
"The Wind And The Moon" by George MacDonald
"Some girls," sez 'e, "keeps true to chaps,
An' wed 'em when they've done with scraps,
An' come 'ome whole. Yeh don't ixpec'
No tart to tie up with a wreck?
Besides," 'e sez ... "Well, any'ow,
That girl's all right; I know it now.
"Jim's Girl" by C J Dennis
The state school board should resist calls to scrap programs for gifted and talented youngsters because of their supposed ' elitism '.
A scrap-gold buyer with purchased items in a shop on Manhattan's 47th Street.
Vocal opposition from the East Pointe Neighborhood Association has the Columbia City Council proposing to scrap a plan connecting LeMone Industrial Park to the Grindstone Nature Area and Hinkson Creek Trail.
"It is the scrapping of the Harriers that gives me the greatest concern and highlights that the review is far from strategic," said Mr Loughran.
Down the dusty main street of Abadiânia, a scrap of a town in central Brazil, come hundreds of people dressed in white.
The US Army is scrapping its Universal Camouflage Pattern, a gray, pixelated design that has been used since 2004, reported The Daily (see an image of the pattern here).
Thank you for your article on College of the Redwoods' plan to buy Jefferson School to replace its current downtown branch campus ("Schoolyard Scrap" Feb 18).
As The US Implements More Secure IDs, Britain Scraps National Identity Card Plan.
Tùng Lâm managed to build a fully functional Dark Knight Batpod completely from scrap metal parts.
Russia, Pakistan stress ties despite scrapped trip.
Police say four suspects cut the historic cell into pieces and sold it as scrap.
Bklyn Greens lead fight to scrap 'hackable' devices.
Bolivia's leader wants OAS to scrap rights body.
Laser system saves damaged military parts from the scrap heap.
Pulling LTV Out of the Scrap Heap.
Scrap more boilerplate: reflection, zips, and generalised casts.
Comparative Studies of 10 Programming Languages within 10 Diverse Criteria - a Team 10 COMP6411-S10 Term Report
Semiconductors can be produced very cheap and with very high yield rates, i.e. there are very little amounts which have to be scrapped.
Modern consumerism and the waste problem
Figure 4: Electronic waste recycling in the Third World: A woman is decomposing electronic waste into its raw materials, trying to retrieve valuable component materials like gold and copper which they sell to local scrap dealers.
Modern consumerism and the waste problem
After working for a scrap company where he used dynamite, he was ﬁnally admitted into a secondary school with the assistance of the director, but with the condition that he pass some tests from the board of the state examiners, called the Central Jury, for the ﬁrst three years.
The Roland De Witte 1991 Detection of Absolute Motion and Gravitational Waves
Practically, using these technologies, the software developer does not always separate cleanly into presentation and business logic layers. In the following sections, we present our novel method of integrating existing Web pages with a single portal application by using dynamic client-side Web page scrapping portlets.