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Being one day abroad with my protector the sorrel nag, and the weather exceeding hot, I entreated him to let me bathe in a river that was near.
He may have that stick still, but when he comes in to bathe in the morning he will not have a stick.
The you must return to your palace, bathe, and go to sleep, and when you awake to-morrow morning you will be cured.
The moon was shining brightly, and lighted him to the lake where he could bathe his poor broken legs.
He had removed his pajama jacket one day to bathe in a little stream that was too small to harbor crocodiles, and while he and Akut had been disporting themselves in the cool waters a monkey had dropped down from the over hanging trees, snatched up the boy's single remaining article of civilized garmenture, and scampered away with it.
The red light was thrown over on the East Cliff and the old abbey, and seemed to bathe everything in a beautiful rosy glow.
It is that the spot where Moses and his people passed is now so blocked up with sand that the camels can barely bathe their legs there.
And with that I scrambled to my feet and looked about me, wondering where I could bathe.
Before me the sun, moon, and stars, Behind me the phoenix doth clang; In the morning I lash my leviathans, And I bathe my feet in Fusang.
Father, you know very well that the general was not a man to drown himself in despair, and people do not bathe in the Seine in the month of January.
First he robbed the bees of their honey, and rudely shook the little flowers, that he might get the dew they had gathered to bathe their buds in.
Are you not going to-morrow morning at six o'clock, Louis, to bathe at Conflans?