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pockets

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The next thing he demanded was one of the hollow iron pillars; by which he meant my pocket pistols.
I have no pocket money and no pockets, and all the stars are my trinkets.
Well, I forgot the money in the pocket of my old coat-- you know when God will ruin a man he first of all bereaves him of his senses--and it was only this morning at half-past seven that I woke up and grabbed at my coat pocket, first thing.
All together, after repeated digs, its trousers pocket yielded four dollars and fifteen cents.
With one hand the shaggy man held the apple, which he began eating, while with the other hand he pulled Toto out of his pocket and dropped him to the ground.
Pocket, an' you can't lose me," he said many times as he sank the hole deeper and deeper.
Ossipon, as if suddenly compelled by some mysterious force, pulled a much-folded newspaper out of is pocket.
Why,' says her friend, 'they took his gold watch and his gold snuff-box, his fine periwig, and what money he had in his pocket, which was considerable, to be sure, for Sir never goes without a purse of guineas about him.
Oliver wondered what picking the old gentleman's pocket in play, had to do with his chances of being a great man.
Lebeziatnikov will bear witness--and after counting two thousand three hundred roubles I put the rest in my pocket-book in my coat pocket.
On my turning round, they all looked at me with the utmost contempt, and, as I went out, I heard Sarah Pocket say, "Well I am sure
Richard and, so nimbly that Moncharmin himself was impressed by it, slipped the envelope into the pocket of one of the tails of M.