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Necks (EP)

Necks is an EP by Thunderbirds Are Now! The album was released by Conspirators in Sound on May 24, 2005.

Necks

Necks may refer to:

  • Necks EP, an EP by Thunderbirds Are Now!
  • The Necks, an experimental jazz trio
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necks

n. (plural of neck English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: neck)

Usage examples of "necks".

I then took what valuables and moneys there were in the chair, kept in the cabinets at its sides, and slung them, some scarfed and others placed in pouches, about the necks of the two slave girls.

A chain is fastened about our necks with a swivel and ball at one end.

Tied by the necks to the left-hand, rear upright of the sled of Drusus, clad in furs, were the two beauties he had selected and chained in the complex of the Kurii.

The rest raised their chins and craned their necks, mouths half-open in interest.

The three condemned men had been sat on horses, the ropes round their necks thrown over tree branches above, and at the signal, the horses had been led out from under them, leaving them dangling.

I whipped strips of hide around the necks of two of the skin bags, and knotted the long ends of the two strips together, pulling the leather as tight as I could.

They resumed their post, but this time took up positions a few paces farther from the stakes and closer to the circle of fires, their necks craning to get a better view of the stirred-up camp.

These deceived innocents, these elementals who go about with poison around their necks, have had the choices taken from them.

Their backs arched from the mud, necks stretched back, jaws opened in silent screams.

Even the hair on the backs of their necks stood up in response to the sudden menacing atmosphere.

Not only the generals in full parade uniforms, with their thin or thick waists drawn in to the utmost, their red necks squeezed into their stiff collars, and wearing scarves and all their decorations, not only the elegant, pomaded officers, but every soldier with his freshly washed and shaven face and his weapons clean and polished to the utmost, and every horse groomed till its coat shone like satin and every hair of its wetted mane lay smooth-felt that no small matter was happening, but an important and solemn affair.

The mirrors on the landing reflected ladies in white, pale-blue, and pink dresses, with diamonds and pearls on their bare necks and arms.

The small, muddy, green pond had risen visibly more than a foot, flooding the dam, because it was full of the naked white bodies of soldiers with brick-red hands, necks, and faces, who were splashing about in it.

The sight of these bearded peasants at work on the battlefield, with their queer, clumsy boots and perspiring necks, and their shirts opening from the left toward the middle, unfastened, exposing their sunburned collarbones, impressed Pierre more strongly with the solemnity and importance of the moment than anything he had yet seen or heard.

Their necks, with their wet, close-clinging manes, looked strangely thin.