His neck, as we say in Scotland, was 'thrawn', and that was why he had lain on his back yet with his face turned away from me.
The bolide was not white-hot, then, as when it passed over thrawn Island.
They were the windows of the thrawn Island satellite-tracking installation.
"Morton's just been talking to me from thrawn Island," he said abruptly.
The bedsteads hanging midway between floors look twisted and thrawn—nothing stands up straight.
This is not quite true: thrawn Janet was an earlier effort; and if there the problem is persistent, the woman is real.
There was a mention of thrawn Island as being on the very edge of the Deep.
Fourteen hours later the Esperance made ready to sail from thrawn Island.
Three miles from where thrawn Island lay, there were soundings of twenty-eight thousand feet and upward.
We believe that something else makes the deep-sea fish come up into the thrawn Island lagoon, don't we?