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he donned his costume, adorned with vari-coloured wings, and fastened to his natural feature a false nose six feet long.
His shoulder-knots were of burnished silver, his mantle had no gold nor embroidery on it; a simple plume of violet feathers adorned his hat; his boots were of black leather, and at his girdle hung that sword with a magnificent hilt that Porthos had so often admired in the Rue Feron.
Looking down the room, Alleyne marked that both floor and ceiling were of the richest oak, the latter spanned by twelve arching beams, which were adorned at either end by the lilies and the lions of the royal arms.
All her pains were bestowed upon Anne, who, she vowed, must, for the credit of Avonlea, be dressed and combed and adorned to the Queen's taste.
Nearly all oblong or circular, and as if traced with the compass, they seem to form one vast archipelago, equal to that charming group lying between Greece and Asia Minor, and which mythology in ancient times adorned with most graceful legends.
His manly figure was adorned and enriched by a beautiful pair of donkey's ears.
On the right of this valley opened another of less extent, adorned with several villages, and terminated by one of the towers of an old ruined abby, grown over with ivy, and part of the front, which remained still entire.
Then her desire had been to adorn herself with something, and the more adorned the better.
Partly from its peculiar colour, partly from a superstition which represented it as feeling the influence of the deity whom it adorned, and growing and lessening in lustre with the waxing and waning of the moon, it first gained the name by which it continues to be known in India to this day--the name of THE MOONSTONE.
It was not more than six feet high, and the top was adorned with statuettes in marble, ranged at regular distances one from the other.
Two rings adorned his white delicate hands, the value of which even my inexperienced observation detected to be all but priceless.
As with the previous GIRM, and consistent with other documents, paragraph 314 states that the tabernacle is to be located in "a distinguished part of the church which is conspicuous, suitably adorned and conducive to prayer.