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The buildings to the east of it were ablaze at a dozen points, under the flaming tatters and warping skeleton of the airship, and all the roofs and walls were ridiculously askew and crumbling as one looked.
And the village was deserted, the huts gaped black, rotting, all askew within the fallen en- closures.
The features of the surrounding picture were, a church with hoarding and scaffolding about it, which had been under suppositious repair so long that the means of repair looked a hundred years old, and had themselves fallen into decay; a quantity of washed linen, spread to dry in the sun; a number of houses at odds with one another and grotesquely out of the perpendicular, like rotten pre- Adamite cheeses cut into fantastic shapes and full of mites; and a feverish bewilderment of windows, with their lattice-blinds all hanging askew, and something draggled and dirty dangling out of most of them.
Six years before she climbed the steps of Jones Hall during the fall semester of her senior year at the University of Puget Sound--a bullhorn in hand and a list of a dozen demands for how the university should change--Rachel Askew didn't even know the university existed.
Rilla Askew Most American: Notes from a Wounded Place University of Oklahoma Press
Paul Askew, chef patron of The Art School Restaurant, in Liverpool city centre, will help run the programme.
JAMES ASKEW returned to his roots to win the 3M-sponsored Aycliffe 10k Road Race, writes BILL McGUIRK.
Carl Askew ploughed into a crane driven at 30mph by 50-year-old Michael Coleman, - making it overturn.
Carl Askew, whose articulated tanker crashed into the slow-moving crane being driven by 50-year-old Michael Coleman, was spared an immediate jail term after the plea for clemency.
Carl Askew, whose articulated tanker crashed into the slow-moving crane being driven by 50-yearold Michael Coleman, was spared an immediate jail term following her plea for clemency.
The team is headed up by Mike Askew who joined the company as managing director in November 2013, financial director Chris Parkin and Brendan Quill who joined as sales and marketing director in February 2014.
Dylan Askew, 3, tore through the obstacle course set up by student athletes from the University of Oregon.