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They come in crisp basket weaves in natural honey hues, along with lacey open weaves with a lustre finish in natural, white, black and a whole range of colors.
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They poured through the opening in the valley, then spread out in a long line to come at us, brandishing their lances and filling the morning with their spine-chilling scalp cry.
On December 21, the day that the Irish House of Commons petitioned for removal of Sir Constantine Phipps, their Tory Lord Chancellor, Molesworth reportedly made this remark on the defense of Phipps by Convocation: `` They that have turned the world upside down, are come hither also ''.
They all prayed now that the North would realize that peace must come, for Virginia had defended her land victoriously.
They come prepared for family fun because Americans in ever-growing numbers are learning that here is the way to a fine economical vacation that becomes a family experience of lasting importance.
They are still considered to be for use in restricted waters, however, and targets must come within a few yards of them.
They were even, Anne and George, probably thinking themselves very considerate in not hinting that she really should cut out `` one or two countries '' and come home in August to get Cousin Emma's house ready before the teachers came to Tuxapoka in September.
They met Arizona in the NLDS, but controversy followed as Piniella, in a move that has since come under scrutiny, pulled Carlos Zambrano after the sixth inning of a pitcher's duel with D-Backs ace Brandon Webb, to ".... save Zambrano for ( a potential ) Game 4.
They practice hard for them and come up with a 2 minute 30 second routine to show off at the competitions.
They come in various forms, such as the one pictured, and are often used in science museums to illustrate " radiation pressure " – a scientific principle that they do not in fact demonstrate.
They are typically used for tight, controlled shots that are close to the basket, although some players use them for short drives where trees or other obstacles come into play.
They get into feuds with the heathen about it, and whenever their own parents practise it, they reproach them and come off to tell me at once.
They could not see how an uneducated man such as Stephenson could come up with the solution that he had.
They believe that atma ( soul ) can lead one to becoming parmatma ( liberated soul ) and this must come from one's inner self.
They and crisp
They are ranged under two classes, white and red ; the white cultivars being generally the best flavoured, and the most crisp and tender.
They show an undue tendency to redness in the flesh painting — a defect which is still more apparent in his later works, ‘ in which the handling is less " square ," crisp and forcible.
They were driven in a convoy of white limousines, led by a gold limo, to Heston Service Station where they were handed a press release and £ 1650 in crisp new £ 50 notes.
They are usually an alternative to a biscuit ( cookie ) or cake, and textures range from soft and moist to dry and crisp.
They had a run of success in the early 1970s music scene with their crisp pop sound, which Allmusic later described as featuring " exquisitely crafted melodies and achingly gorgeous harmonies.
They will then play that segment backwards, so the effect heard is a crescendo to a crisp cutoff of the sound.
They are unusual among vegetables for remaining crisp even after being cooked or canned, because their cell walls are cross-linked and strengthened by certain phenolic compounds, like oligomers of ferulic acid.
They are a thinly sliced variety of potato chip ( crisp ) and come in a variety of flavours including Chicken, Original, Salt & Vinegar and Light & Tangy.
They compete chiefly with Smith's Selections Thinly Cut ; another thinly sliced potato chip ( crisp ), along with various crinkle cut brands.
They and basket
They find the baby abandoned in a basket, and the commoner takes a kimono and an amulet that have been left for the baby.
They try to think of ways to hide him other than the laundry basket which he refuses to get into again.
They were given names: the girl he called Fuegia Basket ( so named because the replacement for the stolen boat was an improvised coracle that resembled a basket ), the boy Jemmy Button ( he was purchased by FitzRoy with buttons ) and the one man who did not escape he named York Minster ( named after the large rock near which he was captured ).
They typically play offensively with their backs towards the basket and position themselves defensively under the basket in a zone defense or against the opposing power forward in man-to-man defense.
They decided they wished to remain an all-male fraternity, and gave Bettie a silver fruit basket instead as a symbol of their special relationship with her.
They are seen holding a basket of flowers ; Barbara Fitzroy is portrayed as a smiling, round-faced five-year-old with blonde curls.
They live on ordinary rice, corn and vegetable production, swine and poultry, gathering, hunting, embroidery and basket work.
They also sacrificed their leadership position in some markets and put all of their eggs in the DRAM basket.
They point upwards, taking the form of a trash basket around the tall, many-noded, fusiform, canelike, yellow pseudobulbs, catching the decaying leaves and detritus upon which the plant feeds.
They can be large, very attractive, stately plants provided their trash basket of aerial roots is kept trimmed down to bark level and they are in a very large, shallow clay pot.
They also collected 797 objects from the area, including vessels of wood, bronze objects, jewelry and coins, and Mesolithic stone tools Other reported ( 2003 ) finds in the area include additional mummies and burial grounds, ephedra sticks, a string bracelet that holds a hollowed jade stone, a leather pouch, a woolen loincloth, a wooden mask painted red and with large nose and teeth, boat-shaped coffins, a bow with arrows and a straw basket.
They stop at a roadside fruit stall and buy a basket of fruit from the seller who tells them with a leer on his face that they are getting more than their money's worth.
They pour a basket of lemons that have had a central strip excised into the water and remove the Guest's clothing before she steps into the bath.
They are obliged to either barter or sell items from the food basket in order to meet their other essential needs.