Word usage examples
Now, too, that Achang had called him a pig, he had to get level also with that turmeric-tinted warrior, and, as he blew sullenly at his charcoal, he saw how.
He used a charcoal stump to write: Yes, they are the aliens who made the paths.
A few bees hurled themF selves into the white-hot charcoal, exploding like little s Above, the bee cloud grew.
River, seven-eight acres, enough high ground for a garden, with good charcoal timber, black mangrove and buttonwood, and one of the few springs along that coast.
The little room was hung all about with locust twigs, for their sweet scent, and was furnished only with a charcoal brazier and a charpai, which is a crude bed made of a wooden frame laced crisscross with ropes.
The prisoners sat in the sand among old rusted tins and bits of charcoal with their hands still manacled before them and the guards set out an old blue graniteware coffeepot and a stewpot of the same material and they drank coffee and ate a dish containing some kind of pale and fibrous tuber, some kind of meat, some kind of fowl.
She pointed to a pile of cushions opposite her, keeping the charcoal brazier and the oil lamp between them.
Later, as the excavation progressed, radiocarbon dates of at least 38,000 years were announced for charcoal from the hearths.
On Western, that meant kebabs and falafel and charcoal fumes that leaked to the sidewalk.
Unlike all the others, it was a charcoal sketch, almost Fauvist in its primitive vitality.