What does this mean?' said Big Klaus, and he ran off at once to Little Klaus.
So he went himself to Little Klaus with the measure.
So as soon as he got home he took the largest sack he could find, and went to Little Klaus and said: 'You have fooled me again!
As these people passed him standing still in the court-yard, and one of them turned back to inquire if he could assist him with his services, it came into Arthur Clennam's mind that he would speak to Little Dorrit again before he went away.
In the midst of this homage, Mr Arthur Clennam offered his arm to Little Dorrit, and Little Dorrit took it.
The court-yard received them at last, and there he said goodbye to Little Dorrit.
Kya-a-ah!" he would shout, and the big fight between Kala Nag and the wild elephant would sway to and fro across the Keddah, and the old elephant catchers would wipe the sweat out of their eyes, and find time to nod to Little Toomai wriggling with joy on the top of the posts.
"Tend to him if he grows restless in the night," said Big Toomai to Little Toomai, and he went into the hut and slept.
"Perhaps the river will carry me to little
Kay," said she; and then she grew less sad.
Indeed, so devoted was the rich Miller to little Hans, that be would never go by his garden without leaning over the wall and plucking a large nosegay, or a handful of sweet herbs, or filling his pockets with plums and cherries if it was the fruit season.
"Everybody went to little Hans' funeral, as he was so popular, and the Miller was the chief mourner.
Up went the steps, bang went the door, round whirled the wheels, and off they rattled, with Kit's mother hanging out at one window waving a damp pocket-handkerchief and screaming out a great many messages to little
Jacob and the baby, of which nobody heard a word.
Some flew to Little
Thumb which he feebly swatted away.
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I especially liked listening to Little
Stevie Wonder play the harmonica."