When spiny Norman, the giant hedgehog, goes looking for the Dimsdale brothers in Monty Python.
The rules were fairly lax, and we watched spiny Norman shouting “Dimsdale!”
The beak in front of the carapace is very prominent and spiny, and the long abdomen is narrower in front than in the middle.
Its spiny stems and leaves, which cut like razors, make it difficult to approach.
To the same cause is due the spiny margin of the holly-leaf.
The compact soil was covered with wild and spiny vegetation.
The campers did not finally get rid of the spiny one till all their kitchen stuff was hung beyond his reach.
They were green and blue and red, and they had spiny rays like starfish on which they danced.
Shell campanulate, spiny, with deep sagittal stricture and irregular, roundish pores.
Cortical shell with spiny surface, composed of six (or more) kidney-shaped chambers of different size and form.