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See that you keep yourself out of my grip," he snarled, and hurling the twisted poker into the fireplace he strode out of the room.
Denham asked, and Rodney looked immediately appeased, but, nevertheless, he sat silent for a moment, holding the poker perfectly upright in the air, regarding it with his rather prominent eyes, and opening his lips and shutting them again.
She rattled the poker up the chimney and tapped the walls.
muttered I, getting up; and, seizing the poker, I dashed it repeatedly into the cinders, and stirred them up with unwonted energy; thus easing my irritation under pretence of mending the fire.
When he had finished, Trent took up the cards, which he had shuffled for Poker, and dealt them out for Patience.
Harold, with a stick; the Admiral, with his sword, his grey head and bare feet protruding from either end of a long brown ulster; finally, Doctor Walker, with a poker, all ran to the help of the Westmacotts.
He knew no more of poker hands than did he know of getting ships under way, of clearing up surface car wrecks in New York, or of combing the long yellow hair of a loved daughter in a Harlem flat.
I tried to get to the fireplace and arm myself with the poker, but Gentleman Jones was too quick for me.
Let this rubbish be of some use,' he said, holding the pages down with the poker.
THE Committee on Gerrymander worked late, drawing intricate lines on a map of the State, and being weary sought repose in a game of poker.
Under this I thrust the end of the poker and twisted it outward as a lever.
Thank you for the beautiful shawls, brother," said Amelia to the fire poker.