For William Clark, writing in his journal, the memorable sights of that autumn day in 1804 consisted mainly of animal migrations.
It consisted of various articles and documents from American history interposed with the text of the Old and New Testaments.
While the bacon was crispy and cooked to visual perfection, it consisted of a few half-cut strips and a spoonful of cuts bits.
Rather, at the end, the audience—which, it turned out, consisted mostly of teachers, headed toward the exits.
Phase two consisted of eight weeks of rigorous dive training.
The solution attempted, perhaps the only one possible at the time, consisted in a grouping of related departmental collections.
It consisted of a bowl of potatoes, salt, the loaf and butter, and a pitcher of water.
The printed books (nineteen in all) consisted almost entirely of early editions of classics.
It consisted of Indian meal, and corn pounded fine, and boiled in an earthen pot, and was eaten with melted fat.
The provisions were landed; these consisted of a few maize loaves and a small bag of rice.