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They had the most delicious dainties for the taking--strange breads and crackers, cheeses, sausages, sardines--wonderful foods that I never saw on our meagre home-table.
"No," said he; "we are bothered with cracker dust sometimes, but never with flour."
But Billina, who had flown to the top of a cracker house to be in a safe place, called out:
They were all made of crackers laid out in tiny squares, and were of many pretty and ornamental shapes, having balconies and porches with posts of bread-sticks and roofs shingled with wafer-crackers.
This cracker made Gringoire's skin bristle up all over.
It was, since he could not escape from the Pope of the Fools, from Jehan Fourbault's bannerets, from May trusses, from squibs and crackers, to go to the Place de Grève.
"What is a sensitive person?" said the Cracker to the Roman Candle.
"A person who, because he has corns himself, always treads on other people's toes," answered the Roman Candle in a low whisper; and the Cracker nearly exploded with laughter.
"I am laughing because I am happy," replied the Cracker.
In the other end, cracker boxes were made to serve as furniture.
They wanted chocolate and crackers. Harvey rowed back to arrange with the cook and Disko, who owned the stores, and on his return the cocoa-tins and cracker-bags were counted out by the Frenchman's wheel.
You'll find a bowl o' crackers an' milk on your bureau, an' I don't want to hear a sound from you till breakfast time.