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There was a boat lying upon a sea-coast, and not far from the boat was a parchment - not a paper - with a skull depicted upon it.
Kennedy's countenance strikingly recalled that of Herbert Glendinning, as Sir Walter Scott has depicted it in "The Monastery"; his stature was above six feet; full of grace and easy movement, he yet seemed gifted with herculean strength; a face embrowned by the sun; eyes keen and black; a natural air of daring courage; in fine, something sound, solid, and reliable in his entire person, spoke, at first glance, in favor of the bonny Scot.
The amazement which was suddenly depicted upon his deformed face caused the bursts of laughter to redouble around him.
Quasimodo was deaf but his sight was clear, and the public fury was no less energetically depicted on their visages than in their words.
This action was so unlike her usual composure and the fear depicted on Prince Vasili's face so out of keeping with his dignity that Pierre stopped and glanced inquiringly over his spectacles at his guide.
And then he heard Lydgate's account of the troubles which Rosamond had already depicted to him in her way.
that Shakespeare had depicted Brutus and Cassius as "Jack Puddins.
I was glad when that was over, and she took her bedroom candlestick and retired to rest; for though I wished to be pleased with her, her company was extremely irksome to me; and I could not help feeling that she was cold, grave, and forbidding--the very opposite of the kind, warm-hearted matron my hopes had depicted her to be.
For the first time Victory saw the likeness of a horse, and she was much affected by a huge oil which depicted some ancient cavalry charge against a battery of field guns.
In the first book we have more of the real Socrates, such as he is depicted in the Memorabilia of Xenophon, in the earliest Dialogues of Plato, and in the Apology.
He was seated on the ice, making spasmodic efforts to smile; but anguish was depicted on every lineament of his countenance.
Dismay and anguish were depicted on every countenance; the males turned pale, and the females fainted; Mr.