my Lady muttered to herself with great decision, crossing the room and opening a cupboard, from which she presently returned with two slices
Jackson continued (and Archer saw he was wondering why no one had told the butler never to slice
cucumbers with a steel knife), "then Lemuel Struthers came along.
Kennedy has had another chance to get us a good slice
He found that the Magician had given him part of a loaf of bread and a slice
The leading nigger had armed himself with a cleaver from the galley, and he grimaced like an ape as he prepared to slice
With that complimentary tribute to her friend, she handed a slice
Well, I'm going to try, for I'm very hungry," she decided, and took a thin slice
of the white breast of turkey which the shaggy man cut for her, as well as a bit of bread and butter.
Yes, P-t-r, when you call on a young lady and her mother offers you a slice
of bread and jam it is quite polite for you to accept it.
Inside she found, nicely wrapped in white papers, a ham sandwich, a piece of sponge-cake, a pickle, a slice
of new cheese and an apple.
For you get your living in the water, but I am used to each such foods as men have: I never miss the thrice-kneaded loaf in its neat, round basket, or the thin-wrapped cake full of sesame and cheese, or the slice
of ham, or liver vested in white fat, or cheese just curdled from sweet milk, or delicious honey-cake which even the blessed gods long for, or any of all those cates which cooks make for the feasts of mortal men, larding their pots and pans with spices of all kinds.
Then a slice
of our neighbours' land will be wanted by us for pasture and tillage, and they will want a slice
of ours, if, like ourselves, they exceed the limit of necessity, and give themselves up to the unlimited accumulation of wealth?
It was so large that she couldn't help feeling a LITTLE shy with it, as she had been with the mutton; however, she conquered her shyness by a great effort and cut a slice
and handed it to the Red Queen.