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It was his friend of the Harwich train, the stumpy little cure of Essex whom he had warned about his brown paper parcels.
There stood also on that same spot a single thorn-tree, marvellous stumpy (which we ourselves with our very own eyes have seen).
The Ghost's stumpy masts were in place, her crazy sails bent.
Fancy an old, stumpy, short, vulgar, and very dirty man, in old clothes and shabby old gaiters, who smokes a horrid pipe, and cooks his own horrid supper in a saucepan.
We had better be going together over the ship, Captain," said the senior partner; and the three men started to view the perfections of the Nan-Shan from stem to stern, and from her keelson to the trucks of her two stumpy pole-masts.
After calling at one or two flat places, with low dams stretching out into the lake, whereon were stumpy lighthouses, like windmills without sails, the whole looking like a Dutch vignette, we came at midnight to Cleveland, where we lay all night, and until nine o'clock next morning.
STUMPY Dane Soren Kjeldsen rates a value buy at 11 on Sporting Index's top Continental Europe market as he ticks the credential boxes for the BMW International Open in Munich - good course form and even better current form, writes Jeremy Chapman.
It features a trapezoidal honeycomb grille, swept back headlamps, a stumpy boot lid and an integrated spoiler.
The 27-year-old joined the likes of Robert Sheehan and Aidan Gillen in the first series of the RTE One show to play the part of Stumpy.
Kerrie Stumpy Slevin It's the same in Whitley for Jag staff.
It was without doubt the saddest specimen I have ever seen, scrawny in the middle with shiny, stumpy branches.
Therizinosaurs, lived about 70 million years ago, and had huge, round guts; stumpy legs; a long neck; and a turtlelike head and beak, and were herbivores despite being members of the carnivorous group known as theropods.