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Just suppose it's me, with jam an' jelly, a-wadin' into that swell restaurant like you did to talk with the top guy.
He complimented their improvement to her contentment; and as they were without any disguise of jam or other stain, she trembled all the while and was miserably frightened lest at any moment he--
There was no jam there as a matter of fact, but the guilty Minnie's handkerchief went to her crimson face in a flash.
The blue- bottles buzzed about the wall, and a little old mouse picked over the rubbish among the jam pots.
She came back again in a moment with a tray on which were a cottage loaf, a slab of butter, and a jar of strawberry jam.
For lunch, he said, we could have biscuits, cold meat, bread and butter, and jam - but NO CHEESE.
I'll be willing to live on bread and water -- with just a LEETLE jam -- if you'll let me come.
You remember I had forgotten to water the pots, and then I opened the window, and Jane called me about the jam, and I have never been in the room since.
He was crouching on the edge of the timber jam and glowering his hatred at us.
Many policemen crawled under the coal waggon for safety, while the loose horses, with here and there a policeman on their backs or struggling at their heads to hold them, surged across the sidewalk opposite the jam and broke into Market Street.
This had saved me, for the jam had quickly become too dense for anything more than the mad gripping and tearing of hands.
Yes, P-t-r, when you call on a young lady and her mother offers you a slice of bread and jam it is quite polite for you to accept it.