zorilla lifted his hand and the great Brazilian diamonds in his rings shot out baleful fires.
As I buzzed down that sickening height I saw that zorilla had stopped.
zorilla alone, looking upon it as a sham, retired to France in disgust.
I threw myself at zorilla with my knee in the small of his back.
As a poet he was imitative, reminding us of Quintana, zorilla, and Byron.
The skunks are confined to America, but South Africa has a very similar creature in the zorilla.
And zorilla, whose version is the most poetic of them all, has succeeded in giving only a ridiculous exhibition of waxworks.
But, just as they were moving off towards the lift dome, zorilla turned back and held out a card to Don Mendoza.
Ferrer was then a director of railways, and of much service to zorilla in the practical work of organization.
zorilla has been said to be Becquer's most immediate precursor, in that he possesses the same instinct for the mysterious.