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Red Horse kept deer sinew as threads for tacking hides.
Where refugees seek deliverance that never comes, / And the heart consumes itself, if it would live, / Where little children age before their time, / And life wears down the edges of the mind, / Where the old man sits with mind grown cold, / While bones and sinew, blood and cell, go slowly down to death, / Where fear companions each day's life, / And Perfect Love seems long delayed.
He has a compelling sincerity, making you feel every raw sinew of emotion.
This overlay depicted a nude human figure fully fleshed, and as I flipped through the pages, I could see the various layers of muscle, sinew, and, finally, bone.
Hays' argument is strenuous and sineW but also lively and provocative, making a strong case for a French irregular garden style distinct from imitation of the English gardens of the period.
Tough sinew was made from their tendons for stitching the heavy hides together.
And Phillips has pledged to strain every sinew against the Portuguese.
With the added strength of sinew, I was able to make a shorter bow for hunting out of ground blinds.
There has been a profound change in the nature of organizational activity in which grassroots membership has been replaced by professionalized national staffs, and local activity and organizational sinew has been supplanted by the giving of money as the sole form of organizational identification.
One-Step" deboning pointed the way for Paoli to concentrate on sinew removal; i.
The Yam re-grows, the languages hibernate, the heart takes on the sinew of dreamwork, sweat.
We need the visitation of God's touch upon all those who lead, and upon every individual who is right now serving in the military, law enforcement, in emergency services, and all who will have every emotion and all the sinew of their physical strength tested to the limits in the course of these days.