They walked down the long grassy arcade towards the stranger, who was sitting on a gray slab under an enormous willow.
But they had already stopped and turned towards the gray slab.
He flung down the slab
, broke it, and swooping down on her with outstretched hands shouted, "Get out
On the marble slab
were two plates, two napkins, two rolls of bread, and a dish, with another napkin in it, on which reposed two quaint little black balls.
In persons who were so soon to part, and interpose between their else daily communication the formidable barrier of many thousand miles of stormy space, and who were for that reason anxious to cast no other cloud, not even the passing shadow of a moment's disappointment or discomfiture, upon the short interval of happy companionship that yet remained to them - in persons so situated, the natural transition from these first surprises was obviously into peals of hearty laughter, and I can report that I, for one, being still seated upon the slab
or perch before mentioned, roared outright until the vessel rang again.
The gaping salmon and the golden mullet lying on the slab
seem to turn up their eyes sideways, as they would turn up their hands if they had any, in worshipping admiration.
government to treat slabs
separately from finished steel.
The only producer of steel slabs
is PT Krakatau Steel.
The Yorkshire stone slabs
were taken on two different nights.
Electronic functions could stay in parts of slabs
away from steel bars, she claims.
Along with the glass slabs
produced by Schott Glass Technologies, roughly half of the total glass slabs
needed for NIP have been produced.
Dominating the northern edge is the Interpolis headquarters, a monumental office complex distilled into a chunky point block and an elongated slab