BREADS


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Bread dropped her wrinkled eyelids as if she were curtseying; but the curtsey stopped there; the occasion was too grave.
The little boy brought the stool and sat beside his uncle, munching the dry bread slowly and seeming in deep thought.
we are going into the forest to fetch wood.' She gave each a little piece of bread, and said: 'There is something for your dinner, but do not eat it up before then, for you will get nothing else.' Gretel took the bread under her apron, as Hansel had the pebbles in his pocket.
There was a delightful fragrant odor of fresh bread in the town, and this made the little girl more hungry than ever.
I know that in giving me bad bread you think you do me harm."
Instead of being a beggar in the streets, why don't you look for work and earn your own bread?"
"Why, I like bread and milk, and I'd like to eat with you.
'Then I suppose they'll soon bring the white bread and the brown?' Alice ventured to remark.
At the time, I devoted three days to the studious digesting of all this beer, beef, and bread, during which many profound thoughts were incidentally suggested to me, capable of a transcendental and Platonic application; and, furthermore, I compiled supplementary tables of my own, touching the probable quantity of stock-fish, etc., consumed by every Low Dutch harpooneer in that ancient Greenland and Spitzbergen whale fishery.
Some washed, the young lads bathed in the stream, others made a place comfortable for a rest, untied their sacks of bread, and uncovered the pitchers of rye-beer.
At the bottom of its one street there was a little shop with some cakes of bread in the window.
I stole some bread, some rind of cheese, about half a jar of mincemeat (which I tied up in my pocket-handkerchief with my last night's slice), some brandy from a stone bottle (which I decanted into a glass bottle I had secretly used for making that intoxicating fluid, Spanish-liquorice-water, up in my room: diluting the stone bottle from a jug in the kitchen cupboard), a meat bone with very little on it, and a beautiful round compact pork pie.