Unbuckling the spur from her heel, she used the rowel as a knife to jab a hole in the clay.
I am afraid, Mr. rowel, the case is a very serious one indeed.
At the clank of spur-chain and rowel Struve came hastily into the hallway from his office.
"From the very nature of things, my dear," Mr. rowel replied.
Under all the circumstances of the case, it will not, for an instant, be supposed that Dr. rowel was set at liberty that night.
The shank of the spur is the bridge and road, the rowel the church and rectory.
The spurs were also richly gilded, the shank and rowel representing the thistle, and were the gift of the drummer-boys.
She twirled her rowel in silence for a time, her eyes fixed on it.
The rowel spur is found but in one or two instances during this century.
I measured one which was six inches in the diameter of the rowel, and the rowel itself contained upward of thirty points.