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I am again asked to be godmother, and, as the child has a white ring round its neck, I cannot refuse.' The good mouse consented, but the cat crept behind the town walls to the church, and devoured half the pot of fat.
She went straight to the church, slunk to the little pot of fat, began to lick it, and licked the top off.
The pot was boiling the whole evening, and the whole of the following day.
A common thief would have taken the pot under his arm, and carried it off.
"When Iris came back she missed the pot of gold and of course she was in a sad way about it.
There were jam pots and paper bags, and mountains of chopped grass from the mowing machine
So, year after year, Silas Marner had lived in this solitude, his guineas rising in the iron pot, and his life narrowing and hardening itself more and more into a mere pulsation of desire and satisfaction that had no relation to any other being.
But all this would not answer my end, which was to get an earthen pot to hold what was liquid, and bear the fire, which none of these could do.
Kearns had dealt, and French Louis had opened the pot with one marker--in his case one hundred dollars.
Whoever brings in a white man's head takes the pot. If there aren't openers for a long time, the pot grows to tremendous proportions.
In the kitchen she caught up an iron pot that stood on the back of the stove and said: `You got many, Shimerdas no got.' I thought it weak-minded of grandmother to give the pot to her.
Poor Pinocchio ran to the fireplace where the pot was boiling and stretched out his hand to take the cover off, but to his amazement the pot was only painted!