Twopence halfpenny an hour,' said Boffin, taking a piece of chalk from his pocket and getting off
the stool to work the sum on the top of it in his own way; 'two long'uns and a short'un--twopence halfpenny; two short'uns is a long'un and two two long'uns is four long'uns-- making five long'uns; six nights a week at five long'uns a night,' scoring them all down separately, 'and you mount up to thirty long'uns.
He had begged all day, for his very life, and found not a soul to heed him, until toward evening he saw an old lady getting off
a streetcar and helped her down with her umbrellas and bundles and then told her his "hard-luck story," and after answering all her suspicious questions satisfactorily, was taken to a restaurant and saw a quarter paid down for a meal.
Mr Verloc, getting off
the sofa with ponderous reluctance, opened the door leading into the kitchen to get more air, and thus disclosed the innocent Stevie, seated very good and quiet at a deal table, drawing circles, circles, circles; innumerable circles, concentric, eccentric; a coruscating whirl of circles that by their tangled multitude of repeated curves, uniformity of form, and confusion of intersecting lines suggested a rendering of cosmic chaos, the symbolism of a mad art attempting the inconceivable.
They were afraid of my finding out the truth,' exclaimed Miss Mowcher, getting off
the fender, and trotting up and down the kitchen with her two short arms distressfully lifted up, 'because I am a sharp little thing - I need be, to get through the world at all
Vholes's chambers are on so small a scale that one clerk can open the door without getting off
his stool, while the other who elbows him at the same desk has equal facilities for poking the fire.
Thus the band shot, each in turn, some getting off
scot free, and some winning a buffet that always sent them to the grass.
Pondering on what the Ghost had said, he did so now, but without lifting up his eyes, or getting off
No, they wouldn't do that, because they were two to one; they would have no apprehension of his getting off
in the flying-machine, and no sound reason for supposing he would approach it, and so they would do nothing to damage or disable it.
com, Deer Park, NY), has authored his first book, Getting Off
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JOSE MOURINHO JOSE MOURINHO always made a point of praisingalways made a point of praisingalways made a point of praisingSir ir Alex Ferguson - calling him "The Boss" - and the Chelse a Alex Ferguson - calling him "The Boss" - and the Chelse a manager is getting off
to a friendly start with the new manager is getting off
to a friendly start with the new gaffer at Man gaffer at Man United, Louis van Gaal.
As a group of people who will be getting off
our backsides for the 12th year and raising a lot of money for charity (this year our charity is TTroop Aid), I would like to ask when you will be getting off
you high horse and off your backside to do something?
Ali Ay-aoy-lu, Turkish construction mogul among the detainees, getting off