Gatestold me Crowley was so “gruff” and unsolicitous “the hair on my neckstood up.”
The attorneylicked his lips with vulturousdelight as he listened to the man's description of neckpainafter the accident.
The nonpregnant uterus has the shape of a pear, compressedanteroposteriorly and bentforwardupon its neck.
Hebought the propertieslast yearhoping to make a profitout ofreselling them; however, with the economicdownturn, they have nowbecome an albatrossaround his neck.
The "neck" is not soft and braidable, the cloves are big and fat, there's a round basal plate at the root, and the content of allicin (a healthful compound) is fivetimes that of offshoregarlic, Rowe boasts.
There are of these glandsupon the firstvertebra of the neck of the atlas; on which the headturns...
Bertha had chosen a blue and whitesilk of a bayadere stripe, with laceruffles at the neck and wrists and a skirt of voluminousfulness.
Walking through the spacegives you a goodidea of what coolkids are wearing: minidresses with very widenecks, hoodedcaterpillar-likepullovers, cocoonish overcoats with complicatedclosures, sombershirts that dribblestrings from their cuffs.
Paying the mortgageeverymonth is a millstoneround their necks.
The disfiguringwrinkles that makemanynecksunsightlymay bekept in obeyance by massaging.
But that's what I mean, Everett's friends are all tiredgreybusinessmen or engineers or something, and Francine's all seem to be mumblingpoets with pimplynecks, Godit's all so – so haecceitic. I could'vegone to Nassau ...
It is a tableau in which postbath steamrisesoffmuscularnecks and horsesstridelazily through the trees.
1611 For the LORD had saiduntoMoses, Sayunto the children of Israel, Ye are a stiffneckedpeople: I will come up into the midst of thee in a moment, and consumethee: therefore nowput offthyornaments from thee, that I mayknow what to do untothee. — Exodus 33:5 KJV
1952 For the LORD had said to Moses, "Say to the people of Israel, `You are a stiff-neckedpeople; if for a single moment I should go upamong you, I would consume you. Sonowput off your ornaments from you, that I mayknow what to do with you.'" — ibid., RSV
MOHAMMAD REZA SHAJARIAN (Thursday) Renowned in his native Iran, the vocalist Mohammad Reza Shajarian has been performing since the 1960s, and is nowwidelyconsidered one of the finestclassicalPersiansingers in the world. Mr. Shajarian’s son, Homayoun Shajarian, will provideadditionalvocals and tombak (goblet drum), while Ensemble Ava, a four-piece, will contributeadditionalinstrumentation on the ancientPersian instruments barbat (short-necked lute), tar (long-necked lute), kamancheh (spike fiddle) and daf (frame drum).
Playing the sintir (a long-necked, resonant lute), Mr. Hakmoun leadsspellbindingtrance ceremonies, and with castanetsaround his ankles, performsacrobaticdances.