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Tupman, who had lingered behind to snatch a kiss from Emma, for which he had been duly rewarded with sundry pushings and scratchings, arrived at the parlour door.
Sundry looks of private dissatisfaction were exchanged between Hiram and one or two of the leading members of the conference, but the feeling went no further at that time; and the congregation, after receiving the blessing of Mr.
Above the chimney were sundry villainous old guns, and a couple of horse-pistols: and, by way of ornament, three gaudily-painted canisters disposed along its ledge.
Furthermore, that, in thus parting with him, they would pay him a half a year's wages in consideration of his past services, and would give him a horse, three beaver traps, and sundry other articles calculated to set him up in the world.
At the Tabard Inn twenty-nine "of sundry folk," besides Chaucer himself, were gathered.
I was always curious about Yorkshire schools--fell, long afterwards and at sundry times, into the way of hearing more about them--at last, having an audience, resolved to write about them.
From the roof inside the carriage, umbrellas, walking-sticks, hats, and sundry other articles were depending, and hindered the view, which was particularly imposing.
Tenders are invited for 631/2017ced debt collection agency services for sundry debts
Lodge will work throughout Farmway's trading area in Yorkshire, County Durham and Northumberland and is responsible for sales of livestock feeding and handling equipment, fencing, fuel tanks and other agricultural sundry products.
Giglio says it has helped increase sundry sales for the store.
But I don't have to make such grave pronouncements; the show itself warns viewers from warming to its characters, essentially by providing almost pathetically halfhearted portraits of a cross-section of characters apparently recruited from sundry United Colors of Benetton ads.