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The boys were all eaten up with envy -- but those that suffered the bitterest pangs were those who perceived too late that they themselves had contributed to this hated splendor by trading tickets to Tom for the wealth he had amassed in selling whitewashing privileges.
Ticket-collecting is a slow business in the East, where people secrete their tickets in all sorts of curious places.
Amazed at the lama's immense- simplicity (he had handed him a small bag full of rupees), Kim asked and paid for a ticket to Umballa.
Give me the ticket," says Flashman, with an oath, leaning across the table with open hand and his face black with rage.
I'll give you five shillings for him," begins the boy who had opened the ticket.
I 've been dying to go all day, tried to get tickets this morning and could n't, been fuming about it ever since, and now oh, how splendid
And they counts my money and tickets, when I gets home, to see if I 's got the change; and if I han't, they half kills me.
Once on board, the train will not start till your ticket has been examined--till every passenger's ticket has been inspected.
Afterwards in the evening when I gave him his ticket, he again began crying piteously and kissing me.
He would send his trunk up to Shelly Hot Springs on Joe's ticket.
The railway is open to all travelers alike, if they have money enough to buy a ticket.
Let me take your ticket and see your luggage labeled: I only ask leave to be your traveling servant.