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To escape the vats I would stop at nothing steal the widow's mite, the orphan's crust, and pennies from a dead man's eyes."
"Come, come, Cornelia, don't you think you're a mite unreasonable?"
With her husband and her poor little mite of a baby to love and their home to strive for, what a good creature Caddy was!
'Indeed, my dear, I will,' replied Rosa, in a tone of affectionate childishness that went straight and true to her heart; 'I will be as good a friend as such a mite of a thing can be to such a noble creature as you.
The doctor was quick to understand children, and, taking the horse, the ark, the yellow bird, and the man in the Guards, from Johnny's bed, softly placed them on that of his next neighbour, the mite with the broken leg.
The Elisha Wrights are thankful to be rid of her, and I can't say I blame them a mite."
I disclaimed all title to it, telling her her husband was predisposed to amendment before I added my mite of exhortation and encouragement, and that I had only done what she might, and ought to have done herself.
anuther offar mite not have ever hapned, so as I shud ave bin justly
You don't look a mite like a Ladies' Aider--not but that you're just as good, of course--maybe better," she added in hurried politeness.
It is essential that beekeepers control mites for hive health and survivability.
The scabies itch mites are tiny eight-legged female parasites that are just 1/3 millimeter long.
Some biological characteristics of this mite have been studied, including its survival when fed with different types of prey such as phytophagous mites Phyllocoptruta oleivora (Ashmead, 1879) (Eriophidae) (Batista & Noronha, 2008) and Brevipalpus phoenicis (Geijskes, 1939) (Tenuipalpidae) and plant pollen of Ricinus communis L.