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The house was quite beautiful, and no doubt Wendy was very cosy within, though, of course, they could no longer see her.
The little house looked so cosy and safe in the darkness, with a bright light showing through its blinds, and the chimney smoking beautifully, and Peter standing on guard.
If she was a rosy, cosy little woman, like Polly, it would come easier, though," thought Tom, as he meditatively ate his last nut, feeling that fraternal affection could not be very difficult of demonstration, to brothers blessed with pretty, good-tempered sisters.
This wasn't one of them languishing sort wot sits about in cosy corners and reads story-books, and don't care what's happening in the home so long as they find out what became of the hero in his duel with the Grand Duke.
She slept until the dream was quite finished and woke feeling deliciously cosy just as morning was breaking from its egg, and then she almost fell asleep again, and then she called out, "Tony," for she thought she was at home in the nursery.
Six cats occupied various cosy corners; one of them, the black goblin which had so terrified us in the summer, blinked satirically at us from the centre of Peg's bed.
The Cosy Club open its doors on Friday, November 23, and will be open every day from 9am to 11pm with food served until 10pm.
Voting for the tea cosy competition is open until the end of June in the shop and on its Facebook page @ cityknits.
SNUG YET STYLISH The Tompkins corner set is versatile and fun and will help you to keep cosy as the winter winds blow.
The Cosy Club's menu majors on comfort food classics while offering an extensive brunch menu, a decent variety of sandwiches, and a great selection of tapas.
Staff and customers will take part in a day of fundraising and activities while sponsored to look daft for a day and don a tea cosy for charity.