Dur- ing the winter he read to her all of the odds and ends of thoughts he had scribbled on the bits of paper
I'm really getting quite fond of the big room, all but that horrid paper
Come aboard, come aboard; never mind about the papers
A column of an average daily paper
in America contains from 1,800 to 2,500 words; the reading-matter in a single issue consists of from 25,000 to 50,000 words.
We would do up the paper
again, just as it was, and slip in, very elaborate and soft, and lay it on the bunk again, and let on WE didn't know about any trick, and hadn't any idea he was a-laughing at us behind them bogus snores of his'n; and we would stick by him, and the first night we was ashore we would get him drunk and search him, and get the di'monds; and DO for him, too, if it warn't too risky.
Hastily written on the paper
was the word "AQUITTED.
SHE rustled across the paper
bag, and awakened Benjamin Bunny.
All that is here in Spanish is what the Moorish paper
contains, and you must bear in mind that when it says 'Lela Marien' it means 'Our Lady the Virgin Mary.
This was printed in enormous type on paper
so fresh that it was still wet, and there had been no time to add a word of comment.
When one thinks," said Caderousse, letting his hand drop on the paper
, "there is here wherewithal to kill a man more sure than if we waited at the corner of a wood to assassinate him
I signed the paper
as directed, and the lawyer took it away with him.
He arrived late in the afternoon, having stopped for tea in a large riverside town, and he had a pink evening paper
sticking out of his pocket.