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In his hand he swayed a ferule, that sceptre of despotic power; the birch of justice reposed on three nails behind the throne, a constant terror to evil doers, while on the desk before him might be seen sundry contraband articles and prohibited weapons, detected upon the persons of idle urchins, such as half-munched apples, popguns, whirligigs, fly-cages, and whole legions of rampant little paper game-cocks.
In the evening, while the Princess, with her mother and sisters, was standing at the window, the Prince suddenly galloped past on his steed and threw her the golden apple.
A moment later, there stood upon the table a loaf of rye bread, a slice of bacon, some wrinkled apples and a jug of beer.
Have an apple," suggested the shaggy man, handing her one with pretty red cheeks.
But you may be, to-morrow; then you'll be sorry you didn't eat the apple," said he.
If I am, I'll eat the apple then," promised Dorothy.
Anne looked at Marilla through the apple blossoms, her eyes aglow with interest.
Oh, look, here's a big bee just tumbled out of an apple blossom.
I kind of felt I shouldn't shorten their lovely lives by picking them--I wouldn't want to be picked if I were an apple blossom.
And he won't let a soul but a Dalmatian pick a single apple of all those apples.
There are fifty-seven apple-evaporating furnaces, to say nothing of the apple canneries and cider and vinegar factories.
Next they began, in a small way, buying the apples on the trees.
And whoso kisseth those apples high, Who kisseth once is a king, Who kisseth twice shall never die, Who kisseth thrice--oh, were it I
He put the carbine away in its boot, mounted, and waited impatiently, balancing the shirt of apples on the pommel.
A rifle cracked, and a second, but he was going fast, leaning forward, low in the saddle, one hand clutching the shirt of apples, the other guiding the horse.