Ribby put the pie into the lower oven; the door was very stiff.
She came downstairs again, and made the tea, and put the teapot on the hob.
Then John put the saddle on Ginger and the leading rein on me, and rode us across the country about fifteen miles to Earlshall Park, where the Earl of W lived.
"Well," said he, "you must keep an eye to the mare, and put the check-rein easy; I dare say they will do very well with a little humoring at first.
"Duke's orders," replied the other, and, having emptied the cart, they dug up the boarding-school and put the
poor, terrified things in it in five rows.
As soon as he got indoors he put the
Serpent down on the hearth before the fire.
Then, I put the
fastenings as I had found them, opened the door at which I had entered when I ran home last night, shut it, and ran for the misty marshes.
So we put the sheet back on the line that night, and stole one out of her closet; and kept on putting it back and stealing it again for a couple of days till she didn't know how many sheets she had any more, and she didn't CARE, and warn't a-going to bullyrag the rest of her soul out about it, and wouldn't count them again not to save her life; she druther die first.
Nat didn't look when we put the witch pie in Jim's pan; and we put the three tin plates in the bottom of the pan under the vittles; and so Jim got everything all right, and as soon as he was by himself he busted into the pie and hid the rope ladder inside of his straw tick, and scratched some marks on a tin plate and throwed it out of the window-hole.
A hundred times I have taken the characterless cap from my mother's head and put the
mutch in its place and tied the bands beneath her chin, while she protested but was well pleased.
I loved the dim superstition, the propitiatory intent, that had put the
grave there; and still more I loved the spirit that could not carry out the sentence-- the error from the surveyed lines, the clemency of the soft earth roads along which the home-coming wagons rattled after sunset.
In the Levins' house, so long deserted, there were now so many people that almost all the rooms were occupied, and almost every day it happened that the old princess, sitting down to table, counted them all over, and put the
thirteenth grandson or granddaughter at a separate table.
(In the style of Michael Rosen) Don't Don't Don't put your head in the bread Don't pick your bum with your thumb Don't pull your hair with the bear Don't get the navy on the baby Don't put the
pool in the school Don't what?
kettle on Frank I'd love a cup of tea A little bunch of words Mum would often ask of me Put the
kettle on Frank She would say throughout the day It was her favourite little phrase Even our parrot learnt to say Put the
Kettle on Frank From his cage Jo-Jo would squawk Oh no!
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