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3449 examples of claying in sentences

Others sat in the sunshine at the openings of the tents tying up their queues, pipe-claying their belts, and polishing their arms, hardly bestowing a glance upon us as we passed, for patrols of cavalry were coming and going in every direction.

On their receipt, they are placed in large storehouses, where the familiar operation of claying is performed.

At the Kybirds' door the proprietor, smoking a short clay pipe, eyed him with furtive glee as he passed.

I suppose that for drilling, training, and pipe-claying the human mind all these things are necessary.

Excellent clay for bricks was found, as was lime-stone, in endless quantities.

Nothing remain'd of the first muddy clay; The length of course had wash'd it in the way: So deep, and yet so clear, we might behold The gravel bottom, and that bottom gold.

And she would lose, if, at the latter day, One atom could be mix'd of other clay.

The sides of the galley fire have caved inthere should have been cheeks to prevent this; we got some fire clay cement to-day and plastered up the sides.

We had continually to stop and wait for the horses to overtake us until the long descent was accomplished, by which time the twilight had come, and we found ourselves in the valley of the Suchitza, a wide waste of clay soil saturated with rain, and two hours' ride in ordinary condition of the roads from any shelter.

"Thou, who inform'd'st this clay with active fire!

Shall I not lay me by his clay-cold side?"Rowe cor.

He was born in Ayrshire, on the banks of "bonny Doon," in a clay biggin not far from "Alloway's auld haunted kirk," the scene of the witch dance in Tam O'Shanter.

He binds wet clay and moss on the branch to make the rootlet sprout.

The boiler is filled with water, and 120 kilogrammes of chopped pieces of wood are introduced into the tub, which is then closed with a cover, cemented with clay, so as to make it air-tight.

They were red in the clay country, gray where it was sandy; and the dirt houses were also in trees, while their raised tunnels traversed trees and ground alike.

The hammocks are slung in the houses, and the cooking is also done in them, with pots placed on small open fires, or occasionally in a kind of clay oven.

With the chapadao of the Parecis plateau we came to a land of sand and clay, dotted with lumps of sandstone and pieces of petrified wood; this, according to Oliveira, is of Mesozoic age, possibly cretaceous and similar to the South African formation.

and what stopper so effectual as that plug of clay which fate had introduced?

These small fields are surrounded by a border of impervious clay.

The houses are of brick, made of a salt clay, (argile salรฉe) which the wind reduces to powder, unless they are carefully covered with a layer of chalk or lime, which it is difficult to procure, and the dazzling whiteness of which injures the eyes.

Piggott, Clay County, Arkansas.






Psychology, by Fleming Allen Clay Perrin and David Ballin Klein.

SEE Ashford, Emma L. WILLIAMS, SAMUEL B. Out of the clay.

AF363. Peter Freuchen (A); 4Apr56; R167671. FRICK, HELEN C. Henry Clay Frick, the man.

Henry Clay Frick, the man.


w & m Henry Clay Work; arranger, Clyde Willard, pseud, of J. Lincoln Hall.

SEE Claudy, Carl H. CLAY, CASSIUS M. Regulation of public utilities ยฉ 22Jan32; A48121.

Cassius M. Clay (A); 19Jan60; R250576. CLELAND, MABEL.

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When do teachers teach, by H. Clay Trumbull & Doak S. Campbell.

Henry Clay; spokesman of the New West.

Henry Clay and the Whig party.

Henry Clay and the Whig party.



ยฉ 1Apr42; A163051. Herschel Clay Baker (A); 21May69; R461966. BAKER, HOWARD.

Wakaima and the clay man

Cold bed in the clay.

By Henry Clay Smith.

Henry Clay Smith (A); 20Mar75; R601105.

By Lucius DuB. Clay.

Lucius DuB. Clay (A); 19Sep77; R671805.

R86927, 21Nov51, F. S. Turneaure (C) & H. L. Russell (A) TUTTLE, MARGARETTA MUHLENBERG (PERKINS) Feet of clay; with illus.





Benziger Bros., Inc. (PWH); 18Feb55; R144733. CLAY, LADY ROSALIND.


SEE Work, Henry Clay.

SEE Claudy, Carl H. CLAY, CASSIUS M. Regulation of public utilities ยฉ 22Jan32; A48121.

Cassius M. Clay (A); 19Jan60; R250576. CLELAND, MABEL.

SEE Perry, Clay.


By Clay Perry & John L. E. Pell.

His boots adhered to the clay, in which they sank at every step; they came out with a 'sock, sock.'

But there was a spirit in him not to be stayed by mud, or clay, or any other obstacle.

It wouldn't be clay against flint when Matt and father would be to it.

Clay bands are frequently employed for excluding the air from wounds caused in the process of grafting.

These are liable to crack, unless the clay is well kneaded and mixed with wood ashes or dry horse droppings.

Scrape the gum off, wash the place thoroughly with clear water, and apply a compost of horse-dung, clay, and tar.

When grown in peat and sand in an open situation it survives from year to year, but it will not live through the winter in cold clay soils.

WEBSTER CO. (J. Dunbar) Slaves were brought and sold in Clay at one time.

See the beetle that crawls in your way, And runs to escape from your feet; His house is a hole in the clay, And the bright morning dew is his meat.

Take off each stay That binds him to his couch of clay, And let him struggle into day!

In the niche of the outward room a small statue was found, in terra cotta (baked clay).

Washington was a farmer's boy; so were Adams, Jefferson, Putnam, Jackson, Webster, Clay, Douglas, Lincoln, and Raymond, of the past; and Grant, Sherman, Trumbull, Emerson, Bryant, Buckingham, and Greeley, of the present; while nine out of every ten of successful lives in any department of labor have come from the fields of country life.

There was no tear; she did not even imprint a kiss on the inanimate clay, for it was but the image of him whom she had loved.

" Angas (I., 75) refers to this custom and exclaims, rapturously, "Oh! how strong is a mother's love when even the offensive and putrid clay can be thus worshipped for the spirit that once was its tenant"(!!).

"Their fetiches," says Du Chaillu, speaking of some of the African races, "consisted of fingers and tails of monkeys; of human hair, skin, teeth, bones; of clay, old nails, copper chains; shells, feathers, claws, and skulls of birds; pieces of iron, copper, or wood; seeds of plants, ashes of various substances, and I cannot tell what more."

[Footnote: From the Clay MSS.

He was engaged in various land speculations with Blount, [Footnote: Clay MSS.,

[Footnote: Clay MSS., Blount to Hart, March 13, 1799, etc., etc.]

[Footnote: Clay MSS., Letter to George Nicholas, Baltimore, Sept. 3, 1796.

[Footnote: Clay MSS., W. H. Turner to Thomas Hart, Natchez, May 27, 1797.]

It was more than a mere coincidence that in the following year Henry Clay should have taken up his residence in Lexington.

[Footnote: Clay MSS., Blount to Hart, Knoxville, Feb. 9, 1794.]

Quand ceux qui se baignent sortent de l'eau, ils viennent s'asseoir sur de petites claies d'osier fin, oรน ils s'essuient et peignent leur barbe.

The clay dress your loved one wore God had robed her for an angel She had need of this no more

But as we were sayin' to-day when we heard that His Majesty, the King of Great Britain and Ireland, Australia, Canada, and India, as well.(Looks at Sir Denis who is trying to light a clay pipe) Ahem! ahem!

LADY DELAHUNTY Didn't I tell you never to leave me see you with a clay pipe in your gob again?

WIFE IN NAME ONLY By Charlotte M. Braeme (Bertha M. Clay) Chicago

God does not thus; but casting in a mortal body formed of clay, he returns to you a golden and immortal statue; for the earth, receiving a corruptible and decaying body gives back the same, incorruptible and undecaying.

Indeed, writing was not her virtual expression: this may be learned even in her peculiar way of loving Nature, for it was not so much Nature itself as Nature's effects that she prized; and between the work now performed and that awaiting her in some further life one feels the difference that exists between the soft clay model with its mild majesty, its power clogged and covered, and the same when it issues in the white radiance of marble.

Here his clay moulders, with that of his three consorts.

and years after, when the same wanderer again stood here, she, the blooming rose, had been laid in the earth; the spring roses had strown their leaves over her coffined clay; the sweet music of her lips sounded but in memory; the smile in her eyes and around her mouth, was gone like the sunbeams, which then shone on Upsala's hills.

would a living child, drop as that did from the back of the woman on her lap, like a lump of clay, nor move, nor utter a moan, when thrown across its mother's lap?

And now I should like to ask, WHO taught him all this?and me, through him, that the foolish head was not the one swinging itself from side to side and bowing and nodding over the music, but that other which was passing its shallow and self-satisfied judgment on a creature made of finer clay than the frame which carried that same head upon its shoulders?

It is not what our avarice hoards up; 'Tis He that feeds us, and that fills our cup; Like new-born babes depending on the breast, From day to day we on His bounty feast; Nor should the soul expect above a day, To dwell in her frail tenement of clay; The setting sun should seem to bound our race, And the new day a gift of special grace.

Grijalva went on shore with several officers and a party of soldiers, to examine the bay and the adjacent country, where they found several temples containing idols of clay and wood, some like women, and others like serpents.

The doors are almost square, and the chimneys are nothing but long straight poles, arranged in a circle and plastered over thickly with clay.

An immense clay oven, neatly painted red, occupied one side of the room; a bench, three or four rude chairs, and a table, were arranged with severe propriety against the other.

On the following day we reached the little log yurt on the Malmofka, where we had spent one night on our way to Gizhiga; and as the cold was still intense we were glad to avail ourselves again of its shelter, and huddle around the warm fire which Yagรณr kindled on a sort of clay altar in the middle of the room.

All along the base the dampness of the earth had eaten away the clay, so that in many places the structure was tottering to its fall.