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However, as I found there was no laying them up on heaps, and no carrying them away in a sack, but that one way they would be destroyed, and the other way they would be crushed with their own weight, I took another course; for I gathered a large quantity of the grapes, and hung them trees, that they might cure and dry in the sun; and as for the limes and lemons, I carried as many back as I could well stand under.
They," said he, meaning the collops, "are such as I gave his Royal Highness in this very house; bating the lemon juice, for at that time we were glad to get the meat and never fashed for kitchen.
Father Brown had picked up one of the lemons and was eyeing it with an odd pleasure.
My Lord gives him orders to go out again and buy some lemons.
My Lord's excuses are interrupted by the return of the Courier with the lemons and hot water.
She could no more have reproached John Willet among those household gods, the kegs and bottles, lemons, pipes, and cheese, than she could have stabbed him with his own bright carving-knife.
From a pedigreed yellow pup I grew up to be an anonymous yellow cur looking like a cross between an Angora cat and a box of lemons.
Beyond all was black, and the few people passing in that direction vanished at one stride beyond the glowing heaps of oranges and lemons.
The policeman on the beat projected his sombre and moving form against the luminous glory of oranges and lemons, and entered Brett Street without haste.
Thought to be a cross between a lemon and a mandarin or sweet orange, the Meyer lemon has its roots in China, though no one knows when the plant first appeared.
ISLAMABAD -- The chilling lemon soda beat the heat of hot summer and refreshes the shopper who visit markets after Iftar.
A shopper Ali Moeen in Sadder saidI am addicted to lemon soda.