For his cell mate
Jurgis had an Italian fruit seller who had refused to pay his graft to the policeman, and been arrested for carrying a large pocketknife; as he did not understand a word of English our friend was glad when he left.
They went through these movements at intervals every day and the robin was never able to explain to his mate
what they were doing or tying to do.
And here, sure enough, is my mate
Bill, with a spy-glass under his arm, bless his old 'art, to be sure.
volunteered to steer and watch, and let men snatch a few hours sleep.
He was certainly not more than thirty, and the elderly mate
, with a murmur to me of "That's my old man," proceeded to give instances of the natural unhandiness of the ship in a sort of deprecatory tone, as if to say, "You mustn't think I bear a grudge against her for that.
Meantime the chief mate
, with an almost visible effect of collaboration on the part of his round eyes and frightful whiskers, was trying to evolve a theory of the anchored ship.
The vision of that sweet and innocent face floated before me amidst the soft mists of imagination, and where I had on the second believed that I clung only to the memory of a gentle friendship I had lost, yet now it seemed that it would have been disloyalty to her to have said that I did not want Dian the Beautiful as my mate
This was accounted for by the fact that Raja ran upon his left side, and unlike his mate
, kept leaping for the great beast's shoul-der.
He did not know what to do, and then Jane Clayton, who had heard Schneider's story, added her pleas to those of the mate
That was the name he had heard the mate
repeatedly call Captain Van Horn.
The noise of our fighting told the mate
what was happening, and he put food and water and a sail in the small dingy, which was so small that it was no more than twelve feet long.
I dudna miss the mate
ot the first, what o' routin' out Chips an' bulkheadun' thot door an' stretchun' the tarpaulin over the sky-light.