It was a good rake, and there was fur upon his claws—and blood.
"I would see him in the claws of the devil first," whispered Ford.
When it is done, take it out, lay it on its claws to drain, and then wipe it dry.
Cut up the flesh of the claws and tail into dice, and stir it in.
Every little while he tore at it with his teeth and claws, or beat it against the ground.
He tore off the bark with his teeth and claws; but Miller was safe beyond his reach.
His bird was the eagle, which carried the lightning in its claws.
Her teithe are to see, to hear, to kill mice, and to have her claws.
But as he passed his claws through her hair, he tore off a bit of her skin and devoured it.
The latter bared his teeth, stretched out his claws, and was about to devour him.