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By this time he had sprawlingly recovered the hat, and made an odd little bobbing bow over it, as if setting everything quite right.
This the Wizard placed underneath his hat and made a mystic sign above it.
"He brought round both hat and goose to me on Christmas morning, knowing that even the smallest problems are of interest to me.
His first half-hour is occupied in trying to decide whether to wear his light suit with a cane and drab billycock, or his black tails with a chimney-pot hat and his new umbrella.
"I don't see why it's any more ridiculous to wear flowers on your hat than on your dress," protested Anne.
Smauker dovetailed the top joint of his right-hand little finger into that of the gentleman with the cocked hat, and said he was charmed to see him looking so well.
I give her ten minutes, Arnold, before she changes her mind again on the serious and weighty subject of the white hat and the brown.
Bumble took his hat from a peg, and putting it on, rather rakishly, on one side, as a man might, who felt he had asserted his superiority in a becoming manner, thrust his hands into his pockets, and sauntered towards the door, with much ease and waggishness depicted in his whole appearance.
"No, a blue-fish," he answered, as the dripping hat was landed on a seat to dry.
BROWN HAT. (Still swinging; speaking very slowly; and without any emotion whatever.) Yes, sir.
"No; I have found when she is absent this long, she is liable not to come back till late." She drew on her gloves, and Robert picked up his hat.
Then the wind came and blew away his hat; and off it flew a great way, over the hills and far away, so that he had to run after it; and when he came back she had bound up her hair again, and all was safe.
'Manners, manners!' said the master to him; 'don't hang your hat over one ear; you look like a madman!'
It was then that Kit presented himself at the pony's head, and touched his hat with a smile.
Everyone crowded to the doors."Here he is!" said the princess, indicating Vronsky, who with his mother on his arm walked by, wearing a long overcoat and wide-brimmed black hat. Oblonsky was walking beside him, talking eagerly of something.