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Will only thought of giving a good pinch that would annihilate that vaunted laboriousness, and was unable to imagine the mode in which Dorothea would be wounded.
Will, however, having given that annihilating pinch, was rather ashamed, imagining from Dorothea's silence that he had offended her still more; and having also a conscience about plucking the tail-feathers from a benefactor.
Just a tight rein for a couple more weeks, just a bit of a pinch or a flurry or so now and then, and we can let go and spit on our hands.
So he took another pinch of snuff, and went to bed.
Really, my dear Sir, really;' and the little man took an argumentative pinch of snuff, and looked very profound.
Riley's gravity gave way, and he shook a little under the application of his pinch of snuff before he said,--
Whereupon the brother and sister took each a noisy pinch of snuff from the little tin box, and fell into a gloomy thoughtfulness.
Ingredients 375g/13oz plain flour, sieved pinch salt 225g (8oz) Kerrygold butter, diced 75g (3oz) mature cheddar cheese 75g (3oz) freshly grated parmesan cheese Pinch English mustard powder Small pinch cayenne pepper 2 free-range eggs, yolks only Method 1 Sift the flour and a pinch of salt into a bowl.
Lenny Sklarew awaits the draft by peddling drugs and shelving books--until he learns he is a character in a book about the rise and fall of this very Pinch.
17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Cole Haan, the iconic American lifestyle footwear and accessories brand, proudly introduces Pinch Campus as part of the Fall 2015 collection.
Martyn Thomas and Sarah Pinch have been appointed to the Health and Safety Executive Board as non-executive directors.
Pinch grafts are very small pieces of skin that are often used to help skin ulcers heal.