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That's Christmas music," she said, when Aaron had ended, and had secured his piece of cake again.
But he wanted to show her that he was grateful, and the only mode that occurred to him was to offer Aaron a bit more cake.
The girl separated a section of cake from the parent body.
Very likely, if the truth were known, there was somebody below who passed him up regular supplies of cake and cocoa.
Master Eustache, I have already told you not to eat that cake.
She filled the cups, and sighed as she looked at the cake.
I used to help grandma bat up cake, and rather liked it, if I remember right," said Tom, letting Polly tie a checked apron on him, put a big bowl into his hands, and settle him near the table, where Maud was picking raisins, and she herself stirring busily about among spice-boxes, rolling-pins, and butter-pots.
And then pressing her to take another piece of fruit cake and another helping of preserves.
Billina had quietly walked around and picked up the crumbs of cake which had been scattered, and now, as it was long after bed-time, she tried to find some dark place in which to go to sleep.
Little Joe's mother's cake was the last word in cakes; Captain Jim was the prince of gracious hosts, never even permitting his eyes to wander to the corner where the life-book lay, in all its bravery of green and gold.
They divided it into cakes by methods too well known to require description, and these, being sledded to the shore, were rapidly hauled off on to an ice platform, and raised by grappling irons and block and tackle, worked by horses, on to a stack, as surely as so many barrels of flour, and there placed evenly side by side, and row upon row, as if they formed the solid base of an obelisk designed to pierce the clouds.
Fyne, when she arrived punctually, brought with her no appetite for cake.
And sit down, both of you,' (to the King and the Unicorn): 'fair play with the cake, you know
Shower upon him every earthly blessing, drown him in a sea of happiness, so that nothing but bubbles of bliss can be seen on the surface; give him economic prosperity, such that he should have nothing else to do but sleep, eat cakes and busy himself with the continuation of his species, and even then out of sheer ingratitude, sheer spite, man would play you some nasty trick.
There they found the remains of a fine feast, and soon the two mice were eating up jellies and cakes and all that was nice.