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They were hungry, and the smell of the roasted kid was very savory, and your tars are not very ceremonious.
Then Dantes rose more agile and light than the kid among the myrtles and shrubs of these wild rocks, took his gun in one hand, his pickaxe in the other, and hastened towards the rock on which the marks he had noted terminated.
Then the seven kids dragged the stones thither with all speed, and put as many of them into this stomach as they could get in; and the mother sewed him up again in the greatest haste, so that he was not aware of anything and never once stirred.
When the seven kids saw that, they came running to the spot and cried aloud:
The kid was down wind from him and getting the full benefit of his terrorizing scent, which did not reach Meriem.
To circle to the opposite side of the clearing where the trees approached closer to the kid.
I see you are accustomed to wearing kid gloves--but some gentlemen are so awkward about putting them on.
I can always tell when a gentleman understands putting on kid gloves.
He sometimes says she would have a chance if she could get her kid back.
I'd noticed this little starved Mexican kid hanging around, and I was desperate.
It might have been seven o'clock in the evening, and it was growing dark in the narrow streets near Golden Square, when Mr Kenwigs sent out for a pair of the cheapest white kid gloves--those at fourteen- pence--and selecting the strongest, which happened to be the right- hand one, walked downstairs with an air of pomp and much excitement, and proceeded to muffle the knob of the street-door knocker therein.
And, therefore, Mr Kenwigs tied up the silent knocker on the premises in a white kid glove.
In a cage upon wheels they were tying a kid, so fastening it that when Numa seized the unfortunate creature, the door of the cage would drop behind him, making him a prisoner.
It'll be more fun here now, with that kid 'round, than movin'-picture shows, every day
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.