It appears to be a little cavern of death; a wooden stake has been driven through the privates of one of the fellas, while a flinty knife points at the woman.
Shape and texture terms tend to be applied to wines with a high degree of acidity, as angular, austere, flinty , steely.
Perhaps this helps to explain why digging for randomness in the flinty soil of physics is such hard work.
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The grey, flinty slopes covered in the serried ranks of vineyards, gave way to the high pastures, the Alpine meadows, which nourished the famed cattle of Switzerland.
He is able to get outside his flinty , tightly wrapped personality just enough to convince a majority of voters that he deserves another chance.
Portraying the flinty faces of science - daunting complexity twinned with numbing wonder - demands both craft and art.
At times, the performance even seemed to display in equal measures the vitality of a young Eric Black and the flinty resolve of Terry Butcher.
I settled for one hand on the lower rung and a flinty gaze into the middle distance, careful not to meet his eye.
There is something old-fashioned in his manner which may explain why he excels as gruff authority figures and flinty men of the West.