It had been two days since he felt the ripple of power that marked the making of a new Black God.
A ripple of cold energy floated through her head and made her shiver.
She frowned, a ripple of something else crossing her pale features.
A ripple of smothered laughter circled the room.
She clenched her abdomen, gasping as the creature writhed with enough power to ripple her skin as Memon's did.
Having entered the church he became rector of Ripple, Worcestershire, and later of St Vedast, Foster Lane, London, and it was probably when he was chaplain to John de Vere, earl of Oxford, that he made the acquaintance of Elizabeth Woodville, afterwards the queen of Edward IV.
Ripple marks and current bedding further point to the shallowness of the water at the places where the rocks were made.
Wide, and is unsullied and wax-like white, each ripple and braided rill seeming to have been polished.
It is unadvisable to ripple the flax so severely as to break or tear the delicate fibres at the upper part of the stem.
In many mystical Oriental religions the perfection of the human self is absorption in the infinite, as a ripple dies away on the surface of water.
I was sorry to finish "Die Harzreise," so full of happy witticisms and charming descriptions of vine-clad hills, streams that sing and ripple in the sunshine, and wild regions, sacred to tradition and legend, the gray sisters of a long-vanished, imaginative age--descriptions such as can be given only by those to whom nature is "a feeling, a love and an appetite."
I shall never forget the ripple of alternating joy and woe that ran through that beautiful little play, or the wonderful child who acted it.
Once or twice I saw a ripple where he approached the surface, just put his head out to reconnoitre, and instantly dived again.