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Over this road, with one shoe gone, I was forced to gallop at my utmost speed, my rider meanwhile cutting into me with his whip, and with wild curses urging me to go still faster.
He showed no surprise at seeing another figure, but the unsteady fingers of one of his hands strayed to his lips as he looked at it (his lips and his nails were of the same pale lead- colour), and then the hand dropped to his work, and he once more bent over the shoe.
Here is monsieur, who knows a well-made shoe when he sees one.
Tell monsieur what kind of shoe it is, and the maker's name.
But the silver shoes are yours, and you shall have them to wear.
The Witch of the East was proud of those silver shoes," said one of the Munchkins, "and there is some charm connected with them; but what it is we never knew.
Dorothy carried the shoes into the house and placed them on the table.
They danced on till three o'clock in the morning, and then all their shoes were worn out, so that they were obliged to leave off.
In the morning the soldier said nothing about what had happened, but determined to see more of this strange adventure, and went again the second and third night; and every thing happened just as before; the princesses danced each time till their shoes were worn to pieces, and then returned home.
Up to five, whether shoes or shirts or pillow-slips, Michael would fetch the number requested.
Number five,' said Sam, as he picked up the shoes, and taking a piece of chalk from his pocket, made a memorandum of their destination on the soles--'Lady's shoes and private sittin'- room
Samuel brushed away with such hearty good-will, that in a few minutes the boots and shoes, with a polish which would have struck envy to the soul of the amiable Mr.
This little shoe was the universe to her, as we have already said.
if I could only once, just once more, a single time, put this shoe on her pretty little pink foot, I would die blessing you, good Virgin.
The Manufacturer, seeing that he could get no labour for a long time and finding the times pretty hard anyhow, burned down his shoe factory for the insurance, and when the strikers wanted to resume work there was no work to resume.