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She threw the package into the stove, but I bit off a corner of one of the chips I held in my hand, and chewed it tentatively.
In the morning the witch gave the girl two pieces of linen to weave before night, and the boy a pile of wood to cut into chips.
Two axes lay upon the sands beside me; chips and splinters were scattered broadcast, and the ashes of the bonfire were blackening and smoking under the dawn.
Here and there were officers carried along on the stream like exasperated chips.
I came to a place where there was lots of chips and turf, and I sat down on the trunk of a tree to think what I should do.
During this dialogue, which was evidently but the close of much longer discussion, the huge frame of Billy Kirby was seen extended on one side of the fire, where he was picking his teeth with splinters of the chips near him, and occasionally shaking his head with distrust of Benjamin’s assertions.
If a few chips are added, it throws out a cheerful and kindly blaze.
The Worm did nothing except fall off his pony, and knock chips out of gate-posts with his trap.
A cascade of Oddities, chips of broken comb, scale, fluff, and grubs slid out, crackled, sizzled, popped a little, and then the flames roared up and consumed all that fuel.
At each new visit they beheld a larger pile of wooden chips and a nearer approximation to something beautiful.
A man was turning the handle of the machine, and from its trough came the newly-cut swedes, the fresh smell of whose yellow chips was accompanied by the sounds of the snuffling wind, the smart swish of the slicing-blades, and the choppings of the hook in Tess's leather-gloved hand.
Why, Mr Moore," he begins, sort of soothing; when the small brother, who's been staring at Jerry, chips in.