The hook had fouled among a bunch of strawberries, red on one side and white on the other - perfect reproductions
of the land fruit, except that there were no leaves, and the stem was all pipy and slimy.
Where the sequence failed, as in the Annunciation, the Curator supplied it from his mound of books - French and German, with photographs and reproductions
His friend had even hinted at the correct reproduction
of his coronet.
Long after Robinson's buggy was out of sight, Martin stood in his doorway and stared at the five handsome figures, spelled out the even more convincing words and admired the excellent reproduction
of The First State Bank.
Here," said he, pointing to the picture of an extraordinary flying monster, "is an excellent reproduction
of the dimorphodon, or pterodactyl, a flying reptile of the Jurassic period.
She stood in the Square of the Annunziata and saw in the living terra-cotta those divine babies whom no cheap reproduction
can ever stale.
And you thought I was the mere stone reproduction
of one of them.
Yet, in our experience, the rays or appulses have sufficient force to arrive at the senses, but not enough to reach the quick and compel the reproduction
of themselves in speech.
Now that I have seen many of them again and the rest are familiar to me in reproductions
, I am astonished that at first sight I was bitterly disappointed.