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The slabs of the flooring, covered everywhere else with greenish moisture, wore a blood-red tint under the prong.
It is indeed almost impossible for orthodox divines to make a selection which prong of the fork is the worst.
In man and other placentaires, the forked prong is a teratological fact only encountered in incomplete double monsters.
The hunter then threw his spear, made with three barbs of different lengths, and caught the duck on the sharp central prong.
HISTORIC ADVENTURESRUPERT S. HOLLAND
So, snatching a cloak from the prong of an antler in the hall, Theresa went out into the irregular hooting of the storm.
JOAN OF THE SWORD HANDS(AMUEL) R(UTHERFORD) CROCKETT
Another mile astern is the main body of the sands, the top prong of your fork.
THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDSERSKINE CHILDERS
Li-loe held in his hand an iron prong, and with this he industriously searched the earth between the rocks and herbage.
While the prong is making a single movement, up or down, it is plain that the air wave moves twice the length of the open tube.
PHYSICSWILLIS EUGENE TOWER
The antelope is known as the pronghorn, because of a single small prong on each horn.
The long triggers should have a short prong left or a nail driven in it to prevent the game from getting the bait off too easy.
DEADFALLS AND SNARESA. R. (ARTHUR ROBERT) HARDING

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