Nioche turned to the confiding foreigner again, and stood rubbing
his hands, with an air of seeming to plead guilty which was not intenser only because it was habitually so striking.
Collins repeated, rubbing
his foot back and forth still more roughly.
But while he pounded the one hand, he never ceased from rubbing his nose and cheeks with the other.
He plodded on with bowed head, unobservant, mechanically rubbing nose and cheeks, and batting his steering hand against the gee-pole in the straight trail-stretches.
Clinging to the gee-pole with his right band and with his left rubbing cheeks and nose, he stumbled over the rope as the dogs swung on a bend.
There lay the Ghost, bow on to the beach, her splintered bowsprit projecting over the sand, her tangled spars rubbing
against her side to the lift of the crooning waves.
It is,' replied the driver, rubbing
himself as if he ached, after throwing the reins to the ostler.
These smalls,' said Dennis, rubbing
his legs; 'these very smalls-- they belonged to a friend of mine that's left off sich incumbrances for ever: this coat too--I've often walked behind this coat, in the street, and wondered whether it would ever come to me: this pair of shoes have danced a hornpipe for another man, afore my eyes, full half-a-dozen times at least: and as to my hat,' he said, taking it off, and whirling it round upon his fist--'Lord
added the dwarf, rubbing
his hands hard; 'I say nothing, but is that your meaning?
Pupils got into the spirit by donning fancy dress and coming up with activities including hunting for dinosaur bones and getting creative with dinosaur rubbings
Once the glue dried, they made crayon rubbings
of their raised glue fish drawings, then filled them in with watercolors.
Called EoACAyMarks of China', the exhibition features more than 60 rubbings
taken from cultural relics dating about 1500 and 3000 years ago when paper was invented, silk weaving and trade bridged empires, and military expansion coincided with cultural achievement.