Great rocks were strewn in every direction as far as the eye could see, lying partially embedded
in an impalpable dust that rose in clouds about him at every step.
Pieces of the roof had fallen at some long-distant date, as was evidenced by the depth of the filth and rubble in which they were embedded
The logs slanted outward at an angle of about thirty degrees, in which position they were held by shorter logs embedded
in the ground at right angles to them and with their upper ends supporting the longer pieces a trifle above their centers of equilibrium.
There was not a single miss; twenty-five spears were embedded
in the sides of each of the giant animals.
Anne promptly let go of her candle and plate in her surprise, and plate, candle, and apples crashed together down the cellar ladder and were found at the bottom embedded
in melted grease, the next day, by Marilla, who gathered them up and thanked mercy the house hadn't been set on fire.
But, as by this theory innumerable transitional forms must have existed, why do we not find them embedded in countless numbers in the crust of the earth?
Hence we ought not to expect at the present time to meet with numerous transitional varieties in each region, though they must have existed there, and may be embedded there in a fossil condition.
Upon examination this white stratum is found to consist of calcareous matter with numerous shells embedded
, most or all of which now exist on the neighbouring coast.
Tarzan was lying quite still when she found him, embedded
deeply in the bush.
Monsieur Stangerson," he said, "tells us that the two bullets have been found in The Yellow Room, one embedded
in the wall stained with the impression of a red hand--a man's large hand --and the other in the ceiling.
If you pick up a mossy stone which is lightly embedded
in the earth, you will see a number of small animals scuttling away from the unwonted daylight and seeking again the darkness of which you have deprived them.
As he lowered his rifle, his eye, although greatly dimmed and weakened by age, ran over the confused collection of objects, that lay embedded
amid the party-coloured foliage of the thicket, until it succeeded in catching a glimpse of the brown covering of the stem of a small tree.