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Jo immediately sat up, put her hands in her pockets, and began to whistle.
His lamp and Ned's had small hooks on them, so they could be carried in the upper coat pocket, showing a gleam of light and leaving the hands free for use.
Miss Pocket laughed, and Camilla laughed and said (checking a yawn), "The idea
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.
I am to slip it into your pocket when you least expect it, sir.
As for Peppino, he examined the paper attentively, put it into his pocket, and continued eating his pease.
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.
Here he shook the pocket with the five sixpences in it, and Totty showed her teeth and wrinkled her nose in great glee; but, divining that there was nothing more to be got by staying, she jumped off the shelf and ran away to jingle her pocket in the hearing of Nancy, while her mother called after her, "Oh for shame, you naughty gell
D'Artagnan had seized as an avowal the hesitation of the poet, and his eagerness to conceal the piece of brass which a first movement had induced him to take out of his pocket.
I have no pocket money and no pockets, and all the stars are my trinkets.
He sat for a while very sorrowfully, then suddenly he felt in his pocket and found his tobacco pipe, which was still half full.
You don't feel nearly so hard up with eleven pence in your pocket as you do with a shilling.