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Joe was evidently made uncomfortable by what he supposed to be my loss of appetite, and took a thoughtful bite out of his slice, which he didn't seem to enjoy.
It's oftenest naught but bread," he said, "but I've got a fine slice o' fat bacon with it today.
There were large slices of bread heavily spread with butter; and many had pots of jam, which were kept in the `store' and had their names written on.
Most of the men were eating thick slices of fat bacon between a roll of bread cut in two.
When we had slices enough done to begin upon, we fell-to, with our sleeves still tucked up at the wrist, more slices sputtering and blazing on the fire, and our attention divided between the mutton on our plates, and the mutton then preparing.
What with the novelty of this cookery, the excellence of it, the bustle of it, the frequent starting up to look after it, the frequent sitting down to dispose of it as the crisp slices came off the gridiron hot and hot, the being so busy, so flushed with the fire, so amused, and in the midst of such a tempting noise and savour, we reduced the leg of mutton to the bone.
We were at the height of our enjoyment, and were all busily engaged, in our several departments, endeavouring to bring the last batch of slices to a state of perfection that should crown the feast, when I was aware of a strange presence in the room, and my eyes encountered those of the staid Littimer, standing hat in hand before me.
Add grilled sausages, warm baked beans, a slice each of red Leicester and a slice of mature cheddar to one slice of bread.
Tip [26] states that Weiser's approach uses data flow and control flow dependences in order to compute a slice.
4 -- color) SLICE PRECISE: This Tomato Slicer from Williams-Sonoma has serrated blades that glide through a tomato with razor precision, creating thin, uniform slices.
The concept of a program slice was introduced by Weiser [92].