With his right eye closed, Alvarado was looking like a gargoyle and there was nothing left in his offensive tank.
Know this, gargoyle with the wiry thatch, no engagement should keep him from answering the call of the Mystic Brethren.
I only saw and smelled the flowers; gargoyle looked as if he felt them!
Like a gargoyle gone mad it reeled back towards the startled rank of spearmen.
He is too much the gargoyle himself for the delights of dizziness.
What could Wyndham want with a little quiet talk with a gargoyle?
It is like Socrates, that head; and like a gargoyle on the tower of Notre Dame.
It splashes from the lead conduit of a gargoyle, and falls from it in turmoil on the stones in the Cathedral square.
You're not such a bad sort of fellow, after all, for a gargoyle!
Plunger was one of the earliest to obtain a copy of the gargoyle Record.
A language for compiler writing.
[J.V. Garwick, CACM 7(1):16-20, (Jan 1964)].