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But though they found her deep in snow in the Figs, it seemed impossible to thank Maimie, for they could not waken her.
All through the night the exquisite little house stood there in the Figs taking care of Maimie, and she never knew.
You'd best give in," he said to Dobbin; "it's only a thrashing, Figs, and you know I'm used to it.
As he did not in the least know how to parry the blows that were aimed at himself, and Cuff had begun the attack on the three preceding occasions, without ever allowing his enemy to strike, Figs now determined that he would commence the engagement by a charge on his own part; and accordingly, being a left-handed man, brought that arm into action, and hit out a couple of times with all his might-- once at Mr.
At the sixth round, there were almost as many fellows shouting out, "Go it, Figs," as there were youths exclaiming, "Go it, Cuff.
I think that will do for him," Figs said, as his opponent dropped as neatly on the green as I have seen Jack Spot's ball plump into the pocket at billiards; and the fact is, when time was called, Mr.
And now all the boys set up such a shout for Figs as would have made you think he had been their darling champion through the whole battle; and as absolutely brought Dr.
Cuff was licking me for breaking a bottle of milk, and Figs wouldn't stand it.
In consequence of Dobbin's victory, his character rose prodigiously in the estimation of all his schoolfellows, and the name of Figs, which had been a byword of reproach, became as respectable and popular a nickname as any other in use in the school.
California Dried Fig & Cider Sauce -- California Figs marry with cream and cider vinegar for a sauce that's perfect over roasted meats or pasta
And the roll they filled with fig was at the epicentre of that intense experience.
Until becoming a cook for a living, I never really 'noticed' the fig in any great way - it was just the strangely crunchy brown paste inside my elevenses biscuit.