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It is not unlikely, moreover, that when you had got over the first shock of finding your hands so unexpectedly large and red, you felt disposed to chat with the young lady who looked after that branch of the business.
We have been intimately acquainted so long that I think it high time we have a chat together.
And have you often held a private chat with your friends?
It chanced one day, as Peter sat Gnawing a crust--his usual meal-- Paul bustled in to have a chat, And grasped his hand with friendly zeal.
Tom, however, was still not disheartened; and thinking the wolf would not dislike having some chat with him as he was going along, he called out, 'My good friend, I can show you a famous treat.
Not a day passed on which Rosa did not come to have her chat with Cornelius.
They therefore began to chat also about other things, and the tulip-fancier found out to his great astonishment what a vast range of subjects a conversation may comprise.
Why not come and chat with me," said the Grasshopper, "instead of toiling and moiling in that way?
At last, at a lucky interval of chat, the sound reached the ears of our good landlady, who presently sent forth her summons, which both her servants instantly obeyed.
Johnson was telling me about her in a short chat I had with him during yesterday's second dog-watch.
There was my last skipper--w'y I thought nothin' of droppin' down in the cabin for a little chat and a friendly glass.
Bill was in bed when the bell rang, and received his late host in his pyjamas, wondering, as he did so, whether this was the New York custom, to foregather again after a party had been broken up, and chat till breakfast.