STALLS


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STALLSSit To Alleviate Lunch Leftover Substance :-)
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In the stall next to mine stood a little fat gray pony, with a thick mane and tail, a very pretty head, and a pert little nose.
In the orchestra stalls, the drugget covering them looked like an angry sea, whose glaucous waves had been suddenly rendered stationary by a secret order from the storm phantom, who, as everybody knows, is called Adamastor.
The Miss Guests were much too well-bred to have any of the grimaces and affected tones that belong to pretentious vulgarity; but their stall being next to the one where Maggie sat, it seemed newly obvious to-day that Miss Guest held her chin too high, and that Miss Laura spoke and moved continually with a view to effect.
she told herself, and began looking at the faces, some strange and some familiar, in the stalls.
He had taken up a book from the stall, and there he stood, reading away, as hard as if he were in his elbow-chair, in his own study.
I looked first at the pe rsons who occupied the front row of seats in the gallery stalls.
The same animal which hath the honour to have some part of his flesh eaten at the table of a duke, may perhaps be degraded in another part, and some of his limbs gibbeted, as it were, in the vilest stall in town.
We are in time at any rate," Ernestine answered, letting her cloak fall upon the back of the stall.
I never can say the name," said the Englishman, over his shoulder, pointing his big finger and dirty nail towards Gladiator's stall.
asked his new acquaintance, stopping in his amble, one-sided, before the stall, and speaking in a pounding way, though with great good-humour.
It was little wonder that the richness and ornament, not only of church and of stall, but of every private house as well, should have impressed itself upon the young squires.
Who would have thought you would have been so silly,' said he, 'as to put an earthenware stall in the corner of the market, where everybody passes?