The gold he rejects, the silver too, and lays his hand upon the leaden casket
The Emperor had them brought into a large hall, where the Princess was playing at "Visiting," with the ladies of the court; and when she saw the caskets
with the presents, she clapped her hands for joy.
The more carefully I reflected on what had passed between us, the more shrewdly I suspected the production of the casket, and the application for the loan, of having been mere formalities, designed to pave the way for the parting inquiry addressed to me.
He produced the little casket, and made exactly the same application which he had afterwards made to me.
In one of the caskets, you will find a scorpion, in the other, a grasshopper, both very cleverly imitated in Japanese bronze: they will say yes or no for you.
There, I open the caskets without a key, for I am a trap-door lover and I open and shut what I please and as I please.
5 million are what the funeral industry terms as casket
Indeed, Internet casket
companies claim that funeral homes are already reacting that way, increasing their embalming, cosmetology, and professional fees to compensate for lower profits from coffin sales.
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In his discussion of The Merchant of Venice, for instance, Berley contends that Portia shows "a knowledge of the need to temper Neoplatonism with Platonism when Bassanio chooses the right casket
From a wire-service article, datelined Knoxville, Tennessee, on Collegiate Memorials, a Macon, Georgia, company that sells caskets
adorned with the colors and logos of forty colleges: "In the six months since it began marketing funeral merchandise, company president Scott Walston said the Cornhusker and Vol casket
models are the top sellers.
A federal judge opened Mississippi to independent casket
dealers who promise cheaper prices, striking down a state law that had allowed sales only by licensed funeral home directors.