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White Fang had observed closely the chicken-yards and the habits of the chickens.
Meantime the master looked to see what the table was properly laid, and took the great knife, wherewith he was going to carve the chickens, and sharpened it on the steps.
He who steals grapes may very easily steal chickens also.
Then they had to go into the back rooms occupied by Billina's nine Dorothys and two Daniels, who were all plump yellow chickens and greeted the visitors very politely.
It now contained only Chanticleer, his two wives, and a solitary chicken.
She kept tight hold of the stout slats and as soon as she could get the water out of her eyes she saw that the wind had ripped the cover from the coop, and the poor chickens were fluttering away in every direction, being blown by the wind until they looked like feather dusters without handles.
Chloe stood handling them over abstractedly; it was quite evident that the chickens were not what she was thinking of.
Billina wore a pearl necklace, and around the neck of each chicken was a tiny gold chain holding a locket with the letter "D" engraved upon the outside.
Indeed, half a dozen chickens and a fine cock were walking about, flapping their wings and chattering.
We found the chickens asleep; perhaps they thought night had come to stay.
Had Steward commanded him to forego the chicken bone after it was in the corner, he would have served him by foregoing.
If it's Monday she's bound ter say she wished 'twas Sunday; and if you take her jelly you're pretty sure ter hear she wanted chicken--but if you DID bring her chicken, she'd be jest hankerin' for lamb broth