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I sat down in the middle of the garden, where snakes could scarcely approach unseen, and leaned my back against a warm yellow pumpkin.
I gave you always of the best; I kept you warm in my soft nest.
I have my locks to curl, and my robe to prepare for the evening; therefore I must be gone, or I shall be brown as a withered leaf in this warm light.
The same individual person is at one time white, at another black, at one time warm, at another cold, at one time good, at another bad.
His office was so warm, his fire so bright, his sides shook so heartily with laughter, that I experienced always a great difficulty in making up my mind to reach for my hat.
If you are cold, come and take a seat by the fire and warm yourselves.
He was very happy in the large, warm bed, with those soft arms about him.
Instead of serried rows of bees sealing up every gap in the combs and keeping the brood warm, he sees the skillful complex structures of the combs, but no longer in their former state of purity.
Again they drove into the street and again it grew quiet, warm, and cheerful, and again they could see the manure-stained street and hear voices and songs and the barking of a dog.
It was bitter cold, at least sixty-five below zero, and when Kama harnessed the dogs with naked hands he was compelled several times to go over to the fire and warm the numbing finger-tips.
Eden," his aggressive pride was forgotten, and he was glowing and warm with delight.
Oh, that was just to keep warm," explained the maiden, quickly.