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The boy was taken into the King's kitchen and made a turnspit.
Miles used his ax to drive stakes into the ground and set up a turnspit for the rabbits.
Someone sent a turnspit to call him to supper in the servants' dinning room.
Freawaru nodded in his beard, more or less satisfied, and stumped off to yell at the turnspit boy.
Actual evidence for this is scarce, and engravings of turnspit dogs from the 19th century do not show much resemblance to the modern Glen.
Some saw work as turnspit dogs or were used by farmers to bust rabbits from hedges and thickets.
Mardon picked up the turnspit again.
As for the turnspit, he ran after the chariot, and got so covered with mud that one could hardly see what he was like at all.
Mangy turnspit dogs were lying about, and grey rats were gnawing at refuse in the sinks.
If Meam with his diligent stiletto chanced to trip, one innocent prisoner was going to die skewered like a sausage on a turnspit.
Specially-bred 'turnspit' dogs with long bodies and short legs were briefly employed to do the work of the turnspit boys.
A steam-powered turnspit was also briefly mentioned by John Wilkins in his book Mathematical Magick (1648).
Linda Kelm displayed her large soprano as the Foreign Princess and Valerie Saalbach was an aptly timid Turnspit.
It was hard, hot work: the Tudor turnspit boys at Hampton Court were commanded no longer to 'go naked or in garments of such vileness as they do now'.
In Dvořák's operas, she was the kitchen boy Turnspit in Rusalka and the schoolmaster's daughter Terinka in The Jacobin.
The Turnspit Dog was a short-legged, long-bodied dog bred to run on a wheel, called a turnspit or dog wheel, to turn meat.
Some of the googlewhacks used by Dave Gorman in his book are Francophile namesakes, dork turnspit, unconstructive superegos, bibliophilic sandwiched, dripstone ingles, and mutalisk blastocyst.
It seemed obvious now that his plan of the previous day-that of covering himself with a shallow layer of anonymity, becoming a turnspit or a scrubber at some rural hostel-was an impossible no- tion.
It can also be called a spit jack, a spit engine or a turnspit, although this name can also refer to a human turning the spit, or a turnspit dog.
According to Irish lore, which is repeated in many descriptions of the breed including the AKC's, Glen of Imaal Terriers were also used as turnspit dogs to turn meat over fires for cooking.
The specialisation, then, that has made possible the progress of experimental science during a century, is approaching a stage where it can no longer continue its advance unless a new generation undertakes to provide it with a more powerful form of turnspit.
A boy of nine or ten was standing with his elbows propped on the table, the scowl on his face making it clear how much he was looking forward to another hot and sweaty day at the turnspit, watching the meat roast.
In this way the majority of scientists help the general advance of science while shut up in the narrow cell of their laboratory, like the bee in the cell of its hive, or the turnspit in its wheel.
His partnership with Dougal Haston is probably the most well known, resulting in routes such as Gob on Carnmore in Wester Ross in April 1960 and Turnspit on Aonach Dubh in 1961.
The Prince met them joyfully, and they began to tell him all their adventures; but he managed to hide from them what he had been doing, and even led them to think that a turnspit dog which he had with him was the one he was bringing for the King.