Where Citrus County felt like a coiled spring, the pace of A Million Heavens is sedate, diffused among a dozen or so characters.
The painting, packed mysteriously with a kind of coiled energy, is itself a little like a bomb about to go off.
Other models, such as string theory, propose more dimensions, but those are coiled up too small to be seen.
Each sentence is like a viper, coiled in on itself and ready to bite.
What had been coiled taut in anaerobic tension in Rage and Yoga has unstacked and stretched out in the sun here.
Two long arms, covered with vibratile cilia, and capable of being folded or coiled, are attached at the sides of the mouth.
Her hair was coiled up, and she was wearing a light morning blouse.
After a certain length of wire had been coiled upon the iron, the power diminished with a further increase of the number of turns.
She glided to her knees and coiled her arms about his waist, looking up at him.
From Cibola we have a bowl, the exterior of which is coiled and the interior polished and painted.