I noticed a blown-up black-and-white photograph on the wall beside where we were sitting.
On either side of Bratton and the other officials were two blown-up photos set upon easels.
She pointed proudly to a blown-up photo of 41 and 43 on the wall as she asked me to sit down.
I saw the remains of blown-up bridges and hundreds of lifeless horses and mules in the deserted trenches.
All his blown-up grandeur collapses, and he shrinks to his true stature.
The dug-out is still dug out, and bits of blown-up guns all round about.
His so often blown-up and collapsed heart could hardly soar to love; but friendship it had not yet squandered away.
Several of the enemy were seen rushing to the spot, to try and recover their blown-up comrades.
To each of these they had fastened by a long thong, as they were paddling out, a blown-up bladder.
But the time came when I would eat a meal of raw food, and for hours afterwards my stomach would feel like a blown-up football.