SINGER


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Scrooge seized the ruler with such energy of action, that the singer fled in terror, leaving the keyhole to the fog and even more congenial frost.
To be sure," he said, following up the landlord's conciliatory view, "we're fond of our old clerk; it's nat'ral, and him used to be such a singer, and got a brother as is known for the first fiddler in this country-side.
She repeatedly alarmed her mother by broaching projects of becoming a hospital nurse, a public singer, or an actress.
Someone was singing, a dull, old, droning sailor's song, with a droop and a quaver at the end of every verse, and seemingly no end to it at all but the patience of the singer.
The nearer he drew to her, the more fondly he remembered the story of the little Swedish singer.
Don Quixote asked the same question of the second, who made no reply, so downcast and melancholy was he; but the first answered for him, and said, "He, sir, goes as a canary, I mean as a musician and a singer.
Instead, he stepped behind a tree, when he heard a man's voice in song, and waited to behold the singer.
And I couldn't help wishing there were some such rule in Society, at the conclusion of a song--that the singer herself should say the right thing, and not leave it to the audience.
Oh,' said the ass, 'by all means go with us to the great city; you are a good night singer, and may make your fortune as a musician.
But at night when they went up to bed and were undressing, the boy who was called Singer came out of his cubicle and put his head in Philip's.
And what a voice she has; though she's my daughter, I tell the truth when I say she'll be a singer, a second Salomoni
And there arose one who became a singer of songs for the king.