Arms and legs were detached from the torsos and lying at a distance.
Their torsos were ribbed with muscle and they looked fit to fight for their lives.
Their foundations were formed of fragments of statues, of the limbs and torsos of Olympian gods.
It was an impressive scene, to witness the flames playing round the pedestals of the torsos, statues, and cases.
In the same church we may still see two beautiful altars supported by torsos of the seventeenth century.
Always remembering Humelbergius, we have “laid off” of these torsos, recommending them to some more competent commentator.