I raised my hat and she passed out of the gardens, graceful and strong, after a slight movement of the head to me, her hands in the muff, crumpling
the cruel Petersburg letter.
I tell you what,' said Mr Boffin, slowly crumpling
his own blotted note in his hand; 'if you'll turn to at these present papers, and see what you can make of 'em, I shall know better what I can make of you.
Into one pocket of this greatcoat, he thrust his left hand the moment he dismounted, while from the other he drew forth, with his right, a very bright and glaring silk handkerchief, with which he whisked a speck or two of dust from his boots, and then, crumpling
it in his hand, swaggered up the court.
Unfortunately, scientists have been unable to control the crumpling
and unfolding of large-area graphene to take advantage of its properties.
So why not exploit this quality by deliberately crumpling
Prosecutor James Neary said the police collision investigator believed that excessive speed was the cause of the collision, but Mr Fitzgerald told the court that the last thing his client could remember was the mat crumpling
For instance, you can mimic the sound of a raccoon walking on leaves by crumpling
All were given tasks to come up with a new way of allowing letters and documents to pass into the home without tearing, crumpling
or other damage being caused.
Lecithin molecules shrink from the water in the caustic solution, crumpling
the 60-micrometer-long tubes into bails a few micrometers in diameter, about the size of a sperm cell.
Roosevelt complete with radio noise supplied by chanteuse Debbie Reeder crumpling
a piece of cellophane.
Lock's manipulation of the ballet idiom extends beyond steps to our expectations; it's almost painful to watch women crumpling
to the floor over the tops of their pointe shoes, though it's compelling, too.
In the dark, your house will look like it is made of crumpling
Jones, 24, was untouchable on Sunday in her first race since crumpling
to the track because of back spasm in the 200 meters in the world championships in Seville, Spain, in August.
Her use of materials is in the tradition of Modern sculpture, for she plays about with the aesthetic of the scrapyard as the 60s' artists did, folding and crumpling
odd-shaped sheets of whatever seems to hand - metal, plastic, counterpoising richly finished wood against unfinished concrete or using familiar materials in unfamiliar ways.
Additional bursts of sound accompany the crumpling
of the discarded wrapper into a ball.