It was that officer of the engineers—gabion—yes, Captain gabion.
"Captain gabion, I'll trouble you for a dollar," said the Major.
The second gabion being filled in the same manner as the first, others are successively established.
Our disquisition was interrupted by the approach of Captain gabion.
The gabion is a cylindrical basket of twigs, about two feet in diameter, and some three feet in length, and without a bottom.
My eye glanced round the apartment, and lighted on the pinched features and pallid visage of Captain gabion.
Captain gabion, breathing the only execration I ever heard from his lips, choked the skipper off.
Captain gabion challenged Hookey, who, alone of the three, performed correctly.
At a distance through the rifts of mist I mistook this isolated hut of Garron's for a gabion.
Captain gabion took me by the elbow, and proposed that we should sojourn at the same hotel.