How can one say that contemporary theories of Egyptian archeologically based history are nothing more than notions derived from a few rags & tatters ?
He designs his costume, most often resorting to rags and tatters .
It had certainly seen better days, for now sky could be seen through a large gap in one area of the ceiling and the several colourful tapestries adorning the walls were now no more than tatters .
I twirled the leaf around in my fingers: dry, yellow and brown and brittle, tatters of desiccated material around a skeleton of veins.
A few bits of bone and tatters of cloth were all that remained of Orhandia.
Song fragments and electronic tatters abound on this album, and at the moments you put out your hand to their allure, Maricich snaps them back with a smirk.
Jonathan Crane, wearing the rags and tatters of his Scarecrow costume, without his mask, is relaxing on a couch, feet up on an endtable.
There were photographs stuck to the stone wall, packages with letters, coins, tatters of cloth.
Other times I want to jump up and down on them until they are in shreds and tatters , cursing the preciosity of it all.
And finally, we found the chamber in which she was kept, spread-eagled against one wall, dressed in rags and tatters of her once-magnificent gown.