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The smoke rolls thicker and thicker the fire has caught upon the floor below O, for one drought of the air of heaven, were it to be purchased by instant annihilation
The method I contrived was this: I prepared two round sticks, about the bigness of common cudgels; they were thicker at one end than the other, and I covered the thicker ends with pieces of a mouse's skin, that by rapping on them I might neither damage the tops of the keys nor interrupt the sound.
She leaned forward on her elbows, and looked into those dark overflooding eyes and at the quivering mouth, and saw how the tears came thicker and thicker, and how the mouth became convulsed with sobs.
As we stood waiting for Xodar the smoke became thicker and thicker.
He said he had attended a great military review in the Champ de Mars some time ago, and while the multitude about him was growing thicker and thicker every moment he observed an open space inside the railing.
The smoke grew thicker and thicker, at times shrouding the whole face of the cliff.
In one, sailors were singing at their work, in another there were men aloft, high over my head, hanging to threads that seemed no thicker than a spider's.
All this coast is much infested with ravenous beasts, monkeys, and serpents, of which last here are some seven feet in length, and thicker than an ordinary man; in the head of this serpent is found a stone about the bigness of an egg, resembling bezoar, and of great efficacy, as it is said, against all kinds of poison.
As soon as Nicholas entered, he was enfolded in that poetic atmosphere of love which pervaded the Rostov household that winter and, now after Dolokhov's proposal and Iogel's ball, seemed to have grown thicker round Sonya and Natasha as the air does before a thunderstorm.
One side on the back is thicker and has an edge for your fingertips where the other side dips to 3.
Now, a new rumor claims that the new "7s" model will be thicker than the current iPhone 7.
Melrose Melts offers a smooth and creamy slice thats 50 per cent thicker than standard Melrose slices for the ultimate toasted cheese sarmie, an all-time favourite snack for kids.