Some articles on carve, carve up:
... she hangs onto is a piece of a tree limb in which she sees a figure of Jesus calling to her to carve it from it ... she will make dolls, but she has no material from which she can carve the dolls ... It is then that she takes the treasured piece of lumber that she longed to carve the Christ figure from, and splits it (in a slow motion scene) with an axe ...
... Enlow, 1975 ISBN 0-486-23151-8 How to Carve Faces In Driftwood, Harold L ... Enlow, 1978 ISBN 1-882475-01-1 Learn To Carve Faces Expressions, Harold L ... Enlow, 1980 ISBN 1-882475-03-8 Let's Carve Wooden Plaques, Harold L ...
... "Carve Dat Possum" is a minstrel song written in 1875 by Sam Lucas ... The chorus Carve dat possum, carve dat possum, children, Carve dat possum, carve him to de heart Carve dat possum, carve dat possum, children, Carve dat possum, carve him to de heart ...
... Both What a Carve Up! (1994) and The Rotters' Club (2001) have been adapted as drama serials for BBC Radio 4 ... What a Carve Up! was adapted by David Nobbs ... of Gentlemen, was reported to be adapting What a Carve Up! for Channel 4 ...
Famous quotes containing the word carve:
“Lets kill him boldly, but not wrathfully;
Lets carve him as a dish fit for the gods,
Not hew him as a carcase fit for hounds.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Be great, carve deep your heel-marks.
The states of the next age will no doubt remember you, and edge
their love of freedom with contempt of luxury.”
—Robinson Jeffers (18871962)