They and the women, as a rule, wore a coarse tow-linen robe that came well below the knee
, and a rude sort of sandal, and many wore an iron collar.
This they wore either supported entirely about the waist by a leathern thong, so that it hung partially below the knee
on one side, or possibly looped gracefully across one shoulder.
And in the tug of war she lost her leg, below the knee
, he said.
A garter of white cowrie shells encircled one leg just below the knee
He had heard of the case of an orphan muffin boy, who, having been run over by a hackney carriage, had been removed to the hospital, had undergone the amputation of his leg below the knee
, and was now actually pursuing his occupation on crutches.
Thereat Crumb-snatcher was enraged and caught up in his strong hand a huge stone that lay upon the ground, a heavy burden for the soil: with that he hit Cabbage-climber below the knee
and splintered his whole right shin, hurling him on his back in the dust.
It struck him just below the knees
, eliciting a howl of pain and rage, and so throwing him off his balance that he lunged full upon me with arms wide stretched to ease his fall.
The bones of her legs below the knees
looked no thicker than a finger from in front, but were extraordinarily thick seen from the side.
She was habited in a gaudy tissue of scarlet cloth, trimmed with yellow silk, which, descending a little below the knees
, exposed to view her bare legs, embellished with spiral tattooing, and somewhat resembling two miniature Trajan's columns.
It struck him below the knees
and toppled him to the floor just as the knight's sword passed through the throat of his final antagonist.
3 Patients with blocked arteries below the knee
may also develop the most severe form of PAD, critical limb ischemia (CLI), which can result in non-healing leg ulcers and increased risk of amputation.
Mr Paxton, head of personal injury at Stewarts Law, said: "My client, Vicky Balch, has had her right leg amputated below the knee