Above him towered the gigantic bulk
of the pachyderm, the little eyes flashing with the reflected light of the fires--wicked, frightful, terrifying.
And beneath will be the abyss, wherein will fester and starve and rot, and ever renew itself, the common people, the great bulk
of the population.
After the above facts, we are compelled to conclude, against anterior probability,  that among the mammalia there exists no close relation between the bulk
of the species, and the quantity of the vegetation, in the countries which they inhabit.
George Jones had the glory of perpetrating the first joke on him; he gave him a cigar with a firecracker in it and winked to the crowd to come; the thing exploded presently and swept away the bulk
of Nicodemus's eyebrows and eyelashes.
If we want to sink 3,000 feet, I should keep account of the reduction of bulk
under a pressure equal to that of a column of water of a thousand feet.
They are majestic, and even awful, when contemplated in a proper mood, yet, by their breadth of base and the long ridges which support them, give the idea of immense bulk
rather than of towering height.