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"It is only made out of copper, like the old kettle in the barn-yard at home," continued the hen, turning her head first to one side and then to the other, so that both her little round eyes could examine the object.
When he saw all the silver in the chest, he threw away the copper he had taken, and filled his pockets and knapsack with nothing but silver.
The forked tongue, lightning-like, ran in and out upon the copper skin.
THE NOTE TAKER [with quick interest] What's a copper's nark?
If you are asked questions as to why you are dealing in these shares to such an extent, you can say that the friend for whom you are acting desires to boom copper, and is going on the low price of the metal at the moment.
The upper part of our dress terminated in a copper collar upon which was screwed the metal helmet.
It matters not what stranded ships repairing in dry docks I lost myself among, what old hulls of ships in course of being knocked to pieces, what ooze and slime and other dregs of tide, what yards of ship-builders and ship-breakers, what rusty anchors blindly biting into the ground though for years off duty, what mountainous country of accumulated casks and timber, how many rope-walks that were not the Old Green Copper. After several times falling short of my destination and as often over-shooting it, I came unexpectedly round a corner, upon Mill Pond Bank.
Bring with you the three fat goats, the new sleeping mat, and the piece of copper wire the length of a large man's forearm."
Rucastle met me here and drove me in his dog-cart to the Copper Beeches.
An ideal telephone wire, they found, must be made of either silver or copper. Silver was out of the question, and copper wire was too soft and weak.
All in a hot and copper sky, The bloody Sun, at noon, Right up above the mast did stand, No bigger than the Moon.
He felt of the copper studs, he pulled upon the hinges, and at last, by chance, he raised the cover of one.