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The princess, conscious that Agafea Mihalovna's wrath must be chiefly directed against her, as the person responsible for the raspberry jam-making, tried to appear to be absorbed in other things and not interested in the jam, talked of other matters, but cast stealthy glances in the direction of the stove.
The blue- bottles buzzed about the wall, and a little old mouse picked over the rubbish among the jam pots.
'The rule is, jam to-morrow and jam yesterday--but never jam to-day.'
"I wonder when I'll get jam turnovers like this again," said the Story Girl, trying to be gay but not making much of a success of it.
He came back with great leaps across the jam, one huge hand filled with round, water-washed pebbles.
She spread jam for him and cut up the bread and butter into convenient slices for him to eat.
Then Harris packed the strawberry jam on top of a tomato and squashed it, and they had to pick out the tomato with a teaspoon.
Maggie didn't know Tom was looking at her; she was seesawing on the elder-bough, lost to almost everything but a vague sense of jam and idleness.
And look at Charles Second, and Louis Fourteen, and Louis Fifteen, and James Second, and Edward Second, and Richard Third, and forty more; besides all them Saxon heptarchies that used to rip around so in old times and raise Cain.
When I takes de chillen out to git de air, de minute I's roun' de corner I's gwine to gaum dey mouths all roun' wid jam, den dey can't nobody notice dey's changed.
Let me wipe off that strawberry jam over your mouth."
Then came a peasant woman down the street crying: 'Good jams, cheap!