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Dolokhov, the bottle of rum still in his hand, jumped onto the window sill.
He nodded approbation and reached for the second bottle.
Thinking it both unfair and unkind to deprive her of any good qualities that were handy, the boy took down every bottle on the shelf and poured some of the contents in Margolotte's dish.
He declared that the bottle was exactly like the bottle in which he had placed the arsenic.
Pickwick had, in an abstracted mood, uncorked the bottle.
For arms there dangled from the upper portion of the carcass two tolerably long bottles, with the necks outward for hands.
Dozens of empty bottles clinked together in corners to the rolling of the ship.
The odour from the wicker bottle (which has somehow passed into Durdles's keeping) soon intimates that the cork has been taken out; but this is not ascertainable through the sense of sight, since neither can descry the other.
As she spoke, she drained the basin into the ashes of the fire, and broke the bottle on the hearth.
Luckily for Alice, the little magic bottle had now had its full effect, and she grew no larger: still it was very uncomfortable, and, as there seemed to be no sort of chance of her ever getting out of the room again, no wonder she felt unhappy.
The lady of the caravan then bade him come up the steps likewise, but the drum proving an inconvenient table for two, they descended again, and sat upon the grass, where she handed down to them the tea-tray, the bread and butter, the knuckle of ham, and in short everything of which she had partaken herself, except the bottle which she had already embraced an opportunity of slipping into her pocket.
Feeling convinced that she was in imminent danger of becoming downright drunk if I gave her another glass, I kept my hand on the bottle, and forthwith told my story over again in a very abridged and unceremonious form, and without allowing her one moment of leisure for comment on my narrative, whether it might be of the weeping, winking, drinking, groaning, or ejaculating kind.