Across his loins is slung a pilgrim’s wallet from which protrude promissory notes and dishonoured bills.
The assistants leap at the victim’s legs and drag him downward, grunting the croppy boy’s tongue protrudes violently.
Fro, to: to, fro: over the polished knob (she knows his eyes, my eyes, her eyes) her thumb and finger passed in pity: passed, reposed and, gently touching, then slid so smoothly, slowly down, a cool firm white enamel baton protruding through their sliding ring.
…moistened right sock through the fore part of which the nail of his great toe had again effracted, raised his right foot and, having unhooked a purple elastic sock suspender, took off his right sock, placed his unclothed right foot on the margin of the seat of his chair, picked at and gently lacerated the protruding part of the great toenail, raised the part lacerated to his nostrils and inhaled the odour of the quick, then, with satisfaction, threw away the lacerated ungual fragment.
(The famished snaggletusks of an elderly bawd protrude from a doorway.
(Bloom with asses’ ears seats himself in the pillory with crossed arms, his feet protruding.
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