Paul's on the lid, and the crocodile
book, when Peggotty, after looking at me several times, and opening her mouth as if she were going to speak, without doing it - which I thought was merely gaping, or I should have been rather alarmed - said coaxingly:
So the Doctor went to the crocodile
and told him he must go back to his circus.
I don't believe no Crocodile
never walked along its own forehead
All this was only a matter of habit, of course, because the Mugger had come ashore for pleasure; but a crocodile
is never quite full, and if the Jackal had been deceived by the likeness he would not have lived to philosophise over it.
The Nile rat kills the crocodile
, the swordfish kills the whale, the book will kill the edifice.
I don't see myself why you shouldn't understand--only I suppose you've led an absurd life until now--you've just walked in a crocodile
, I suppose, with your hair down your back.
When they have passed, comes the last figure of all, a gigantic crocodile
He saw him in the trees in greater numbers than he ever had seen Histah before; and once beside a reedy pool he caught a scent that could have belonged to none other than Gimla the crocodile
, but upon none of these did the Tarmangani care to feed.
Now and then the river's surface would be suddenly broken ahead of them by a huge crocodile
, startled by the splashing of the oars, or, snorting and blowing, a family of hippos would dive from a sandy bar to the cool, safe depths of the bottom.
Instead a lusty cry for greater speed ahead urged the sinuous muscles gliding beneath the sleek brown hides; and when Muda Saffir rose to the surface with a cry for help upon his lips Ninaka shouted back to him in derision, consigning his carcass to the belly of the nearest crocodile
He could smell a crocodile
farther off and more differentiatingly than could any man, than could even a salt-water black or a bushman smell one.
He found a serpent in the upper branches of the tree, and again being greatly alarmed, he threw himself into the river, where a crocodile
caught him and ate him.
of America, superior in every detail to
2] A nearly similar abnormal, but I do not know whether hereditary, structure has been observed in the carp, and likewise in the crocodile
of the Ganges: Histoire des Anomalies, par M.
He appears by his modest and unaffected narration to have described things as he saw them, to have copied nature from the life, and to have consulted his senses, not his imagination; he meets with no basilisks that destroy with their eyes, his crocodiles
devour their prey without tears, and his cataracts fall from the rock without deafening the neighbouring inhabitants.