collar


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The collar was a little jagged at the edge, and so came the long scissors to cut off the jagged part.
It is surprising how well you preserve your teeth, Miss," said the collar.
He slipped a dog collar around Pinocchio's neck and tightened it so that it would not come off.
Shimerda lighted one of our lanterns and put on his overcoat and fur collar.
It was an impressive and beautiful ceremony, I presume, but to me it seemed the most fiendish sight I had ever witnessed, and as the ornaments were adjusted upon her beautiful figure and her collar of gold swung open in the hands of Than Kosis I raised my long-sword above my head, and, with the heavy hilt, I shattered the glass of the great window and sprang into the midst of the astonished assemblage.
Thereupon he took the dog with the golden collar, and said: 'That is the wretch
My hand dropped from his collar, and my head sunk on my breast.
Taking a last whiff of his cigarette he threw it down, stepped on it, and letting the smoke escape through his moustache and looking askance at the horse that was coming up, began to tuck in his sheepskin collar on both sides of his ruddy face, clean-shaven except for the moustache, so that his breath should not moisten the collar.
It couldn't 've bin," jerked the clerk from his conning-tower of a collar.
That is only the place where the collar is put on at night to keep me chained up; it chafes a bit, but one soon gets used to it.
By a chance, she got a position in an establishment where they made collars and cuffs.
They made a queer picture, indeed; for they wore wide, white collars around their necks and the collars had many scallops and points.