I am but ten years old--and all the chemists' shops are shut up
The child's education in the sordid anxieties of life was completed already at ten years old!
If he is gone and you would have him returned, Bukawai will return him--for ten
fat goats, a new sleeping mat and two pieces of copper wire the length of a tall man's arm from the shoulder to the tips of his fingers, and Bukawai will say nothing more about the goats and the sleeping mat and the copper wire which you were to pay for the first medicine.
brethren gathered themselves together, shaking their assegais; five of them stood before Umslopogaas and five before Galazi the Wolf.
They had not been at work ten
minutes ere her eye had glimpsed the topaz ring on the third finger of Saxon's left hand.
While I was still staring at it, there came towards me a tall old man, accompanied by ten
young men, all handsome, and all blind of the right eye.
In three years, after 1896, there were twice as many users; in six years there were four times as many; in ten
years there were eight to one.
Him fella Sati buy 'm slop chest along plantation two tens
pounds and one fella pound.
And the ladies-in-waiting placed themselves in front and then spread out their dresses; so the Swineherd got his ten
kisses, and she got the pot.
Tell him he shall, as on yesterday, have ten
kisses from me, and may take the rest from the ladies of the court.
Along the end of the meadow stood the booths for the different bands of archers, for the King's yeomen were divided into companies of fourscore men, and each company had a captain over it; so on the bright greensward stood ten
booths of striped canvas, a booth for each band of the royal archers, and at the peak of each fluttered a flag in the mellow air, and the flag was the color that belonged to the captain of each band.
I have ten
thoats, John Carter; you may take your choice from among them, and I will accompany you to the nearest waterway that leads to Helium.
Taking it "by and large," as the sailors say, we had a pleasant ten
days' run from New York to the Azores islands--not a fast run, for the distance is only twenty-four hundred miles, but a right pleasant one in the main.
And finally, the terrible white man had fined him and Balesuna village ten
The contemporary reader has all the advantage of ten
years' experience since this story was imagined.