Shanks sentence examples

  • It lay thus scandalously neglected until 1824, when John Shanks, a "drouthy" cobbler, was appointed keeper.

  • A tablet, let into the wall, contains an epitaph by Lord Cockburn, recording Shanks's services to the venerable pile, which has since been entrusted to the custody of the commissioners of woods and forests.

  • corrode in preference to the shanks because they have been worked.

  • The project is funded by landfill tax credits from Shanks First.

  • Hershel Shanks is a magazine editor, who feels he has to defend the historicity of the bible against the attacks of scholars.

  • landfill tax credits from Shanks First.

  • Monotheism Shanks now feels he has to defend monotheism Shanks now feels he has to defend monotheism in the tendentious history of the bible.

  • They are also trying to get Shanks to scale down the tonnage of waste.

  • Osso Buco is made with lamb shanks and the marrow of the shanks is part of the appeal of the dish.

  • Set in double shank platinum (naturally…) - Seems that you need two bands (shanks) to hold 211 diamonds safely in place.

  • In addition, the popular jacket comes with stud rivets and shanks, puff sleeves, contrasting stitching, two front pockets with flap detailing, and extended three-button cuffs.

  • Split Shanks: Split shank rings are a good way to enclose a black pearl with stunning diamond accents and balance the width of the pearl.

  • Filigree Ring: Woven, etched, and carved designs all coordinate for luxurious filigree patterns along the shanks of Beaudry rings.

  • Art Deco Engagement Rings: Art deco and vintage engagement rings are especially popular and may include flower engagement rings, milgrain edges, multiple accent stones, pave settings or split shanks.

  • The shanks of rings remain popular for engraving, though it is possible to engrave other areas of the ring and this can present some interesting options.

  • Ring Design: Every engagement ring should be carefully crafted to enhance the center stone, including appropriate settings, shanks, and bands.

  • Depending on the price discounts and sales offered by the individual jewelers, rings may cost as little as $100, though more elaborate designs with wider shanks and multiple gems may cost $5,000 or more.

  • Rings with round shanks or a curved inside will give more tolerance than a ring with a flat interior.

  • Actors Richard Dean Anderson and Michael Shanks have become synonymous with the roles appearing in both spinoffs and in direct to DVD feature films based on the franchise.

  • The series followed the adventures of the reunited Jack O'Neill (Richard Dean Anderson) and Doctor Daniel Jackson (Michael Shanks) as they battled Ra's "people," the parasitic Go' auld.

  • Michael Shanks’ costume (Hawkman) is just ridiculous because it takes four people to get him into it.

  • For the main course, customers rave about the moussaka, braised lamb shanks, and the chicken spanaki, all of which are served with rice in huge portions.

  • Don't pass up the pepper pot stew with oxtails, wild boar, lamb shanks, duck and pork belly or the bacon-wrapped whole roast quail served over butter beans.

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