The venison pasty
soon disappeared, and the roast pheasant flew at as lively a rate as ever the bird itself had sped.
The sago pasty
, the artocarpus bread, some mangoes, half a dozen pineapples, and the liquor fermented from some coco-nuts, overjoyed us.
The ape-man's face went white as he looked upon the pasty
, vice-marked countenance of the Swede.
Noiselessly they moved through the halls and corridors of the castle until a maid, bearing a great pasty
from the kitchen, turned a sudden corner and bumped full into the Outlaw of Torn.
No expression whatever altered the steady gaze of those large, round eyes; there was no color upon the pasty
, sunken cheeks.
He had put his pack down as a table, and the two of them were devouring a great pasty
, and washing it down with some drink from a stone jar.
He noticed the white, pasty
faces, the kind that never see the sun, and knew that the men who barred his way were the nightprowlers and preying beasts of the city jungle.
The quartz rock must have bee quite pasty
when it underwent such remarkable flexure without being shattered into fragments.
It might have been her pallor (it wasn't pasty
nor yet papery) that white face with eyes like blue gleams of fire and lips like red coals.
My eyes had torn themselves from the round black muzzles, from the accursed diamonds that had been our snare, the pasty
pig-face of the over-fed pugilist, and the flaming cheeks and hook nose of Rosenthall himself.
This meritorious official laying the papers on the table, disclosed a face of pasty
complexion and of melancholy ugliness surrounded by a lot of fine, long dark grey hairs, barred heavily by thick and bushy eyebrows.
There's a matter of cold venison pasty somewhere or another here, if that'll do.
Mr Dennis, having by this time succeeded in extricating from his hat a great mass of pasty, which had been wedged in so tightly that it was not easily got out, put it before him; and Hugh, having borrowed a notched and jagged knife from one of the company, fell to work upon it vigorously.
The opera's general manager, Mark Beudert, approached my business, Cousin Jack's Pasty
I was told that you need 21 crimps to make a proper pasty