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And with that she began nursing her child again, singing a sort of lullaby to it as she did so, and giving it a violent shake at the end of every line:
He fell at once upon the food; and it is to be supposed that Flora had found her patient wakeful, and been detained with some details of nursing, for he had time to make a full end of all there was to eat, and not only to empty the teapot, but to fill it again from a kettle that was fitfully singing on his father's fire.
One of the prisoners was nursing a superficial wound in the foot.
In nursing your sister I am sure you have pleasure,"said Bingley; "and I hope it will be soon increased by seeing her quite well.
Ilbrahim's bodily harm was severe, but long and careful nursing accomplished his recovery; the injury done to his sensitive spirit was more serious, though not so visible.
But the other, crafty and unmoved, nursing his shaven chin between the thumb and forefinger of his slim and treacherous hand, thinks deep within his heart full of guile: "Aha
Those who stayed at home were chiefly mothers, like Timothy's Bess, who stood at her own door nursing her baby and feeling as women feel in that position-- that nothing else can be expected of them.
And he sat down on the ground, and began nursing it.
Moreover, Achilles, the son of lovely Thetis, is not fighting, but is nursing his anger at the ships.
When we went again to the hospital we saw a nursing sister.
She is going to Montreal to take up nursing and make what she can of her life.
And Mr Lumbey went on nursing the baby with a thoughtful look.
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