I saw some of it, and it appeared to me to be of that kind which is commonly grown in the southern states of North America.-- Indian Corn of the growth of colder climates is, probably, at least as heavy as wheat, which weights at a medium about 58 lb.
Length about 6 feet 4 inches; height at shoulder 44 inches; weight 500 pounds.
Instead, he called in the detectives, and, under their advice, weighted the pigeon heavily with shot.
I will follow it no farther; I ask you to recognise the fact that M. Flaubert has not weighted his images and has done only one thing: he has touched with a firm hand the scene of degradation.
The widow weighed one hundred and sixty pounds, net--which is weighting a horse in a race rather more than the law allows.
Push off with your stick from the slope above you and weight your heels or your toes according to whether the Skis are sinking in front or behind.
Oh, if you knew what it was to have even one weight lifted off, among all my heavy burdens, and that weight the hardest to bear.
He began to wish that he had taken off his boots before entering, for they weighted his feet so that it made him leg-weary to kick.
Let each lever compress the tube a little by weighting one end of it with a blackboard eraser or book of convenient size.
"And, after evening prayer and prostration we took Ibrahim, and forcing his head between the stakes so that he could not turn it, we tied his hands and feet to the pegs and weighted his body with the stones, being careful to do him no injury and to cause no such pain as might detract from the real torture, and lessen his punishment.
I then proceeded southward and westward through by-streets, seeking some probable house into which to go from the rough cold winds, when I saw the Parliament-house, and thither, turning river-ward by Westminster Hall to Palace Yard, I went, and with my two parcels, one weighting each arm, walked into this old place along a line of purple-dusted busts; I deposited my boxes on a table beside a massive brass thing lying there, which, I suppose, must be what they called the Mace; and I sat to hear.