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Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book

Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book. A Visual Dictionary Chapter 6. a rch p. 174. w illow-grove p. 176. A curved, stone wall with an entrance. A cluster of willow trees. p. 180. “…his brow furrowed…”

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Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book

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  1. Neil Gaiman’sThe Graveyard Book A Visual Dictionary Chapter 6

  2. archp. 174 willow-grovep. 176 A curved, stone wall with an entrance A cluster of willow trees

  3. p. 180 “…his brow furrowed…” Wrinkles around the forehead; Shows a person is thinking hard, worried or upset. Usually a strong emotion

  4. figureheadp. 194 • A wooden carving set at the front of a sailing ship; usually for luck. Figureheads are generally women or mermaids.

  5. p. 195 If your hand is on the cutlass, it can be seen as a threatening move! “…his hand on the hilt of a cutlass…” Cutlass: An old-fashioned sword

  6. bunsen burnersp. 205 petri-dishesp. 206 A small burner use in science labs for experiments A shallow dish used to grow organisms in science experiments

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