To circle to the opposite side of the clearing where the trees approached closer to the kid
They were hungry, and the smell of the roasted kid
was very savory, and your tars are not very ceremonious.
At length in her grief she went out, and the youngest kid
ran with her.
I see you are accustomed to wearing kid
gloves--but some gentlemen are so awkward about putting them on.
He sometimes says she would have a chance if she could get her kid
The instant it was over Polly rushed away and bought not only the kids
but a bonnet frame, a bit of illusion, and a pink crape rose, which had tempted her for weeks in a certain shop window, then home and to work with all the skill and speed of a distracted milliner.
And, therefore, Mr Kenwigs tied up the silent knocker on the premises in a white kid
He looked down upon the frightened, bleating kid
, advertising, in its fear and its innocence, its presence and its helplessness.
It'll be more fun here now, with that kid
'round, than movin'-picture shows, every day
Listen to me, kid
," Bert began soothingly, as his arm slipped around her waist.
The first shot I made among these creatures, I killed a she-goat, which had a little kid
by her, which she gave suck to, which grieved me heartily; for when the old one fell, the kid
stood stock still by her, till I came and took her up; and not only so, but when I carried the old one with me, upon my shoulders, the kid
followed me quite to my enclosure; upon which I laid down the dam, and took the kid
in my arms, and carried it over my pale, in hopes to have bred it up tame; but it would not eat; so I was forced to kill it and eat it myself.
Fuchs said he `got on fine with the kids
,' and liked the mother, though she played a sorry trick on him.
I have purchased five sheep, or five goats with nine kids
, for a piece of calico worth about a crown.
I liked them all right when they were kids
, but now they're growing up I haven't got any particular feeling for them.
And when the season of frost comes on, stitch together skins of firstling kids
with ox-sinew, to put over your back and to keep off the rain.