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get

the total offspring of an individual male; refers usually to a stallion.
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The food would create an insurrection in a poorhouse; and yet if you go outside to get your meals that hotel makes up its loss by overcharging you on all sorts of trifles--and without making any denials or excuses about it, either.
Gentleman was too busy talking to have time to get suspicious, but I wasn't; and one day I draws Gentleman aside and puts it to him straight.
Began to talk about Delilahs and Jezebels and Fools-there-was and the rest of it, and what a mug a feller was to let a female into 'is cosy home, who'd only make him spend his days hooking her up, and his nights wondering how to get back the blankets without waking her.
Not a bit," answered Tom; "you can't hurt if you only get good hand-hold.
Then they examined the prizes, gathered up their things, and went off to the brook, where Martin swallowed huge draughts of water to get rid of the taste; and they visited the sedge-bird's nest, and from thence struck across the country in high glee, beating the hedges and brakes as they went along; and Arthur at last, to his intense delight, was allowed to climb a small hedgerow oak for a magpie's nest with Tom, who kept all round him like a mother, and showed him where to hold and how to throw his weight; and though he was in a great fright, didn't show it, and was applauded by all for his lissomness.
But I'll feel easier in my mind and sleep sounder at nights if we get a born Canadian.
how nice it would be if we could only get through into Looking- glass House
Let's pretend the glass has got all soft like gauze, so that we can get through.
How could a Presbyterian get along without a devil?
But, mind you, Cornelia, I believe it's going to get the worst of it in the long run.
He said we came here solely on my account, that I was to have perfect rest and all the air I could get.
At first he meant to repaper the room, but afterwards he said that I was letting it get the better of me, and that nothing was worse for a nervous patient than to give way to such fancies.