"Very well," said the end soldier, and blew upon a paper
whistle that hung around his neck.
A column of an average daily paper
in America contains from 1,800 to 2,500 words; the reading-matter in a single issue consists of from 25,000 to 50,000 words.
I'm really getting quite fond of the big room, all but that horrid paper
Bucket stood with his eyes fastened on his confidential friend and his hand stretched forth ready to take the paper
and present it to my guardian.
Looking about for a paper
in which to wrap them up, he noticed the fly-leaf from the Bible, which Craeke had laid upon the table, took it without in his confusion remembering whence it came, folded in it the three bulbs, secreted them in his bosom, and waited.
Going on along the Strand to Trafalgar Square, the paper
in his hand, my brother saw some of the fugitives from West Surrey.
For I'll have to paper
your friend from the Lowlands.
"All that is here in Spanish is what the Moorish paper
contains, and you must bear in mind that when it says 'Lela Marien' it means 'Our Lady the Virgin Mary.'"
On the inside of the cover was a paper
label, with the initials of K.
My subject is Greek, and the first of the papers
consists of a large passage of Greek translation which the candidate has not seen.
I say, when I suppressed that paper
, I made no effort to destroy it, but kept it by me, here in this house, many years.
In the middle of this table lay a single sheet of paper
, evidently left there on purpose.