So he took a chop
by the bone in one hand, and a potato in the other, and ate away with a very good appetite, to my extreme satisfaction.
The engagement commenced with about two hundred chops
administered by the short sailor and the tall sailor alternately, without producing any particular result, until the short sailor was chopped down on one knee; but this was nothing to him, for he worked himself about on the one knee with the assistance of his left hand, and fought most desperately until the tall sailor chopped his sword out of his grasp.
Even in the daylight he did not dare leave the fire to chop
But there's always post-holes to dig, and cordwood to chop
, and the climate's fine .
Bounderby stayed her, by holding a mouthful of chop
in suspension before swallowing it, and putting out his left hand.
Now I must either bundle it back in to my tin kitchen to mold, pay for printing it myself, or chop
it up to suit purchasers and get what I can for it.
Fortunately for domestic wire choppers, some domestic copper scrap consumers are limited in their ability to use copper cathode, so they have been paying above-market prices for copper wire chops
In the bowl of a food processor fitted with the metal blade, chop
tomatoes and strain through a fine mesh sieve lined with a coffee filter.
To make the pockets, slit chops
horizontally to the bone.
remains the primary link between deepwater developments in the Gulf of Mexico and refiners along the Texas Gulf Coast.
For pork, place chops
several inches apart between wax paper.
On the consuming side, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is home a major PMX brass mill that serves as a destination for the copper wire chops
processed by Shine Bros.