And the oncommonest workman can't show himself oncommon in a gridiron
- for a gridiron
IS a gridiron
," said Joe, steadfastly impressing it upon me, as if he were endeavouring to rouse me from a fixed delusion, "and you may haim at what you like, but a gridiron
it will come out, either by your leave or again your leave, and you can't help yourself--"
So I undid that belt of mine which fastened me to my gridiron
, and I straddled my craft with a sudden keen eye for sharks, of which I never once had thought until now.
Do you know what that torture is, which is imposed upon you for long nights by your burning arteries, your bursting heart, your breaking head, your teeth-knawed hands; mad tormentors which turn you incessantly, as upon a red-hot gridiron
, to a thought of love, of jealousy, and of despair
Then they set to work, and for a week they toiled to put up a mast of steel, and hang from it a gridiron
of copper wires two hundred feet by twelve.
This thing is becoming a regular broil, and it's time I took part in it," observed a big gridiron
, coming forward.
They were quite close to him now, and crouching low, like tacklers on a gridiron
They can travel, too, with bag of meal and gridiron
slung to their sword-belt, so that it is ill to follow them.
Now, though the said chicken was then at roost in the stable, and required the several ceremonies of catching, killing, and picking, before it was brought to the gridiron
, my landlady would nevertheless have undertaken to do all within the time; but the guest, being unfortunately admitted behind the scenes, must have been witness to the
Rouletabille took the eggs, which had been brought to him in a bowl, and the meat which was on a dish, placed all carefully beside him in the chimney, unhooked a frying-pan and a gridiron
, and began to beat up our omelette before proceeding to grill our beefsteak.
He looked Billy over with an eye trained in measuring freshmen aspirants for the gridiron
She had brought the meat home that she should have eaten herself, and was already warming it on a gridiron
over the fire for her father, clad in an old grey gown and a black cap, awaiting his supper at the table.
Now, next you'll want a cheque--or you'll say you want it, though you've capital enough somewhere, if one only knew where, but you'd be peppered and salted and grilled on a gridiron
before you'd own to it--and that cheque I'll write.