His mightiness was sometimes very overwhelming; but even when you had to defy him openly, as on the banks of the Agulhas homeward bound from the East Indies, or on the outward passage round the Horn, he struck at you fairly his stinging
blows (full in the face, too), and it was your business not to get too much staggered.
he thought gently, conscious of an actual tearing at his heart, even a startling stinging
in his eyes.
The strange visages which came, in turn, to gnash their teeth in the rose window, were like so many brands cast into the brazier; and from the whole of this effervescing crowd, there escaped, as from a furnace, a sharp, piercing, stinging
noise, hissing like the wings of a gnat.
It was upon this grassy knoll that I once saved Dorothy from the Stinging
Bees of the Wicked Witch of the West.
To them she was a goddess and each loved her and each hoped that he would be chosen as her mate, so they slaved for her and bore the stinging
lash of her displeasure and the habitually haughty disdain of her manner without a murmur.
No sooner had the Son promised than he received a stinging
blow from the paternal walking-stick, and by the time he had counted to seventy-five had the unhappiness to see the old man jump into a waiting cab and whirl away.
Keeling Island -- Singular appearance -- Scanty Flora -- Transport of Seeds -- Birds and Insects -- Ebbing and flowing Springs -- Fields of dead Coral -- Stones transported in the roots of Trees -- Great Crab -- Stinging Corals -- Coral eating Fish -- Coral Formations -- Lagoon Islands, or Atolls -- Depth at which reef-building Corals can live -- Vast Areas interspersed with low Coral Islands -- Subsidence of their foundations -- Barrier Reefs -- Fringing Reefs -- Conversion of Fringing Reefs into Barrier Reefs, and into Atolls -- Evidence of changes in Level -- Breaches in Barrier Reefs -- Maldiva Atolls, their peculiar structure -- Dead and submerged Reefs -- Areas of subsidence and elevation -- Distribution of Volcanoes -- Subsidence slow, and vast in amount
The stinging property seems to vary in different specimens: when a piece was pressed or rubbed on the tender skin of the face or arm, a pricking sensation was usually caused, which came on after the interval of a second, and lasted only for a few minutes.
And then, of course,' she went on, as he showed no signs of flying to the house to pack his bag and catch the next train, 'the bees are always stinging
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For jellyfish stings, pour lots of vinegar over the area to incapacitate the stinging
JELLYFISH STINGS Their venom is contained in stinging
cells that stick to the skin.
It also contains great quantities of copier, calcium, proteins and oil that cause pain at the time of stinging
nettle (Urtica dioica) otherwise known as barn nettle or English nettle, and her cousin wood nettle (Laportea canadensis), are plentiful in our area.
He instantly felt stinging
sensations in his throat that reminded him of similar experiences he'd had during studies of liquid ibuprofen's sensory properties.