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|put gold coins into the man's pant pockets, but the coins clanged on the floor. The |
sweet pastor pulled up the man's pants pockets and there were holes in the
pockets. A prayer was said and the holes were fixed and the pastor bulged his ...
|His lordship looked at him. ' And have you,' said he, ' my good man, risked your |
life to oblige me? You deserve, sir' — putting his hand in his pocket — 'you
deserve' — drawing it out and glancing at the coin — 'the Victoria Cross /' saying
James Hogg, Florence Marryat - 1881
|And have you," said he, ' my good man, risked your life to oblige me? You |
deserve, sir'— putting his hand in his pocket— 'you deserve'—-drawing it out and
glancing at the coin—~'the Victoria Cross ,-' saying which he put into the man's
|Tell him you intend passing a coin by magic into his closed left hand, but he will |
have to imagine the coin flying through ... PHASE FIVE Tell the spectators that
some of them may doubt that the coin that went into your helper's pocket was the
same one you started with. ... Allow someone to select and mark one of the dimes
. As this ... This is done apparently to give you an extra hand to help show the
pocket. ... Show that the coin did not make a hole in your trousers, then have it
|your pocket belies your words — have pity. ... You re a scamp ; get out of my way |
; the money in my pocket does not belong to me, but to the people who lent me ...
But he did not heed this, thrust his hand deeper into his pocket, and took hold of
the coins, so that they would not jingle. ... opened Isaac's jacket, cut a great hole
in his breast, without causing it to bleed in the least, took out his heart, and put it ...
2008 - 1799 pages
|0 He took some coins from/out of his pocket. ... 3 one of several holes around the |
edge of a billiard or snooker table, into which balls are hit 4 informal the amount
of money that ... The pilot said that we were going to encounter a pocket of
turbulence (= an area of violently moving air). ... in sb's pocket disapproving in a
situation where someone has power or control over you: The head teacher has
the school ... 1 to put something into your pocket: He carefully pocketed his
change. 2 to hit ...
|He climbed to the top of the mill, and there he saw many golden coins glittering in |
the moonlight. The mice were happily dancing on them . Friend threw a small
stone to scare them away, and they ran off to their holes. He then filled his
|Still holding his breath, he got down beside Henry, ignoring the black hole in his |
forehead, the dark congealed mass beneath him, and felt in his pocket. He pulled
out a penknife and a few coins and put them in his own pocket. Henry was lying ...
|It has been admitted for years that the system adopted by the average male in |
using his pockets is inefficient in the extreme. Thus, he ... his lower vest pockets,
from which the coins fall whenever he stoops over too far or runs too violently.
|'Whoa, there,' said the intruder, putting his hands out in a stalling motion. 'I, uh, |
just wanted to make sure none of the local kids have been trying to get in the
windows. They do that sometimes ... Coins jingled as Bill pulled a handkerchief
from his trouser pocket and wiped his sweating face. 'Abby and I go way back a
long way. She needs someone to look out for her. ... 'She's right,' Storm said, not
liking the man's superior, not to mention proprietary, attitude. ... Are you any good
?' 'Better ...