Laughing, Eryalith grabbed the crook of Ariane's elbow.
Tristan grabbed the crook of my elbow and led me outside.
A black smudge squiggles in the crook of his elbow.
For the most part, this is true; nobody really needs a third party to inform them that their boss is a crook bastard.
To draw blood for the test, a nurse or technician cleans the skin over a vein, usually in the crook of your elbow, inserts a needle, and collects blood into a syringe or vial.
The lover lies face down on the ground under the full moon, with his head barely resting in the crook of his elbow.
Her green jacket was loosely draped in the crook of her elbow, and her jeans were clean, as if they had been purchased recently.
The stethoscope that comes with some models is used to listen to the sounds your blood makes as it flows through the brachial artery in the crook of your elbow.
‘I'm not a doctor but if blokes are crook they should stay home,’ he said.
Coming forward, I looked at our canonical crook in suspicion.
I started getting patches of it in the crook of my elbows, on my neck and around my eyes.
Just like a carpet layer gets crook knees, people in the drug scene will end up in jail or dead.
This is about units in the normal market, which are regarded by many as a crook investment at the best of times.
Her basket no longer swung jauntily from its place at the crook of her elbow, nor did she bounce gaily on the springy moss beneath her feet.
I suddenly found it hard to concentrate on the needle the first doctor had shoved into the crook of my elbow.
The shepherd's crook is not for beating the sheep, but for catching hold of them if they go into danger where the shepherd's arm can't reach them.
She brought the free arm up to join the other one under her head, and settled her forehead into the crook of her elbow.
So laughter is the answer to all the crook things that happen.
And despite battling a weak heart and a crook knee, Donald can't see himself giving away his volunteer work anytime soon.
‘Well, this is my stop,’ she sighed, rubbing the crook of her elbow.
It bears the images of a bishop's crook, a few trees and some clumps of grass inside a shield.
She nodded silently and stared stupidly down at the crook of her elbow.
I tapped a vein in the crook of my elbow to demonstrate.
We had a bad phone call at about 1.30 in the morning and after that have had a couple of crook letters.
That's not as easy a task as it was when I was a young man, but there one was, neatly in the crook of my elbow.
He crooked his finger at us and led us to the table.
You just caught crook after crook and the only thing that held you back was the time it took to process them.