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I'm going out to get some little matters for my girls.
We'll get lost in buried cities, ride down raging torrents on a raft, fall over a cliff maybe and be rescued.
Moonlight, in a familiar room, falling so white upon the carpet, and showing all its figures so distinctly -- making every object so minutely visible, yet so unlike a morning or noontide visibility -- is a medium the most suitable for a romance-writer to get acquainted with his illusive guests.
They were going to be married as soon as they could get everything settled, and a little spare money put by; and this was to be their home--that little room yonder would be theirs!
He got religion at a camp-meeting, four years ago; and I believe he really did get it.
The food would create an insurrection in a poorhouse; and yet if you go outside to get your meals that hotel makes up its loss by overcharging you on all sorts of trifles--and without making any denials or excuses about it, either.
She bustles about and gets the food served out, and we begins to eat.
And I'll lay a wager we can get fine bricks out of the clay at Bott's corner.
If he gets fresh with them cats he'll find his finish," Johnny told Collins, as Michael was led away by the leopard man.
But, Lor' bless you, we gets into such rows all 'long the road, what wi' their pea- shooters, and long whips, and hollering, and upsetting every one as comes by, I'd a sight sooner carry one or two on 'em, sir, as I may be a-carryin' of you now, than a coach-load.
No one can get over the fence and all the fruits of the earth are destroyed, nothing left but these wild things, these grasses.
I was glad, when I came home from school at noon, to see a farm-wagon standing in the back yard, and I was always ready to run downtown to get beefsteak or baker's bread for unexpected company.