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The next thing he demanded was one of the hollow iron pillars; by which he meant my pocket pistols.
I had as I before observed, one private pocket, which escaped their search, wherein there was a pair of spectacles (which I sometimes use for the weakness of mine eyes,) a pocket perspective, and some other little conveniences; which, being of no consequence to the emperor, I did not think myself bound in honour to discover, and I apprehended they might be lost or spoiled if I ventured them out of my possession.
Oliver held up the bottom of the pocket with one hand, as he had seen the Dodger hold it, and drew the handkerchief lighty out of it with the other.
Oliver wondered what picking the old gentleman's pocket in play, had to do with his chances of being a great man.
Having received the promise of another check, he thrust his hand into still another pocket, remarking:
Search this man," he said, "and report how many pockets he has.
To guard these apples in my pocket, miss, so no one would steal them.
With one hand the shaggy man held the apple, which he began eating, while with the other hand he pulled Toto out of his pocket and dropped him to the ground.
Pocket, an' you can't lose me," he said many times as he sank the hole deeper and deeper.
Reaching his hand into a pocket, he drew out a wisp of brown paper.
Richard and, so nimbly that Moncharmin himself was impressed by it, slipped the envelope into the pocket of one of the tails of M.
And by far the best thing he could hit upon was to come and take the money from my pocket without my noticing it, as I myself did not know that it was there.
Look, monster, the pocket is empty, here was her handkerchief
But from the right pocket a piece of paper flew out and describing a parabola in the air fell at Luzhin's feet.
One runs from tree to tree over the frosted ground picking the gnarled, twisted apples and filling his pockets with them.