Then Tom became Robin Hood
again, and was allowed by the treacherous nun to bleed his strength away through his neglected wound.
Here, from the fading canvas, smiled Lady Elizabeth Devereux, in her gauze hood
, pearl stomacher, and pink slashed sleeves.
The great God Brahm put his mark upon all our people, when the first cobra spread his hood to keep the sun off Brahm as he slept.
He spread out his hood more than ever, and Rikki-tikki saw the spectacle-mark on the back of it that looks exactly like the eye part of a hook-and-eye fastening.
Why," said Robin, "my men and even the Sheriff of Nottingham know me as Robin Hood
, the outlaw.
When, half suffocated, I raised my head above water, the Martian's hood
pointed at the batteries that were still firing across the river, and as it advanced it swung loose what must have been the generator of the Heat-Ray.
It was plain that this mode of proceeding piqued the lady in the black hood
, for she bit her lips till they bled, scratched the end of her nose, and could not sit still in her seat.
His weather-tanned face, framed in the hood
, had an aspect of authority and challenging force, with the deep-set eyes gazing far away fixedly, without a wink, like the intent, merciless, steady eyes of a sea-bird.
Even so, coming at last upon a White Hood
[a white cobra], who spoke of things beyond my knowledge, and showed me many things I had never before seen.
treated his private book-shelf as if it were a public library.
IN MERRY ENGLAND in the time of old, when good King Henry the Second ruled the land, there lived within the green glades of Sherwood Forest, near Nottingham Town, a famous outlaw whose name was Robin Hood
Who Robin Hood
was we do not certainly know, nor does it matter much.