He has been accused of slow and ugly throwing mechanics (one sports writer said you could time his release with a sundial).
It lay upon her soul like the shadow on the sundial, and time was measured by it.
You dwell upon the sundial; you mention for a second time the Adams fireplace.
One had an intihuatana, or sundial nubbin, on it; another was carved in the shape of a saddle.
At the head of the walk was a sundial, and at the further end a fountain.
The shadow of the sundial fell between us; the garden was still; here and there a leaf fluttered slowly down.
A white figure had turned the road by the sundial, and was coming on with the step of a greyhound.
The girls watched breathlessly as he walked slowly into the garden, pausing a short distance from the sundial.
The story is related in the third volume of this series, “The Secret of the sundial.”
In 1635 the upper part was removed by the rector, in order that the portion remaining might be converted into a sundial.