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Every Saturday night we popped corn or made taffy, and Otto Fuchs used to sing, `For I Am a Cowboy and Know I've Done Wrong,' or, `Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairee.
His cleaver had a blade about two feet long, and he never made but one cut; he made it so neatly, too, that his implement did not smite through and dull itself--there was just enough force for a perfect cut, and no more.
Then upon call, Wilson went to the window, made his examination, and said:
Everything is made out of Magic, leaves and trees, flowers and birds, badgers and foxes and squirrels and people.
Wemmick made them," added Miss Skiffins, "with his own hands out of his own head.
I made her a low bow, took out my knife and fork, and fell to eat, which gave them exceeding delight.
The landlord eyed him over but did not find him as good as Don Quixote said, nor even half as good; and putting him up in the stable, he returned to see what might be wanted by his guest, whom the damsels, who had by this time made their peace with him, were now relieving of his armour.
Your ill-judged remarks have made me exceedingly angry, and you are quite mistaken, for I excel in a great many athletic exercises; indeed, so long as I had youth and strength, I was among the first athletes of the age.
He had a gigantic hatred for those who made great difficulties and complications.
Turning down this stream, they made for Fort Cass, which is situated on the right bank, about three miles below the Bighorn.
In this dilemma, M'Tavish, in all haste, loaded two barges with all the packages of furs bearing the mark of the Northwest Company, and made off for Tongue Point, three miles up the river.
I have understood," said I, "that efforts have been made for that purpose from time immemorial.
There is good reason to believe that this company can be easily made up in this immediate vicinity, of mutual friends and acquaintances.
I think perhaps I should have made a show of the indignation I really felt, and I am sure that Colonel MacAndrew at least would have thought well of me if I had been able to report my stout refusal to sit at the same table with a man of such character.
He was convinced that, as a duck is so made that it must live in water, so God had made him such that he must spend thirty thousand rubles a year and always occupy a prominent position in society.