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In the left pocket we saw a huge silver chest, with a cover of the same metal, which we, the searchers, were not able to lift.
Is my handkerchief hanging out of my pocket, my dear?
And here," said the Ingenious Patriot, pulling another paper from another pocket, "are the working plans of a gun that I have invented, which will pierce that armour.
Toto grabbed a finger and bit it; the shaggy man took his hand out of that pocket quickly, and said "Oh
Master," cries the fellow, after thanking him, "I have a curious thing here in my pocket, which I found about two miles off, if your worship will please to buy it.
So far from placing me in a trunk, or a drawer, the colonel actually put me in his pocket, though duly enveloped and with great care, and for some time I trembled in every delicate fibre, lest, in a moment of forgetfulness, he might use me.
Pocket, Junior, delivering him the bags, One, Two, I saw the starting appearance come into his own eyes that I knew to be in mine, and he said, falling back:
I suppose having my hands in my pockets has made me think about this.
For that matter, the gold-trace had become something more than a trace; it was a placer mine in itself, and the man resolved to come back after he had found the pocket and work over the ground.
I am to slip it into your pocket when you least expect it, sir.
Sonia pulled her handkerchief out of her pocket, untied a corner of it, took out the ten-rouble note and gave it to Luzhin.
In the office he wore also a linen duster with huge pockets into which he continually stuffed scraps of paper.