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Put the dish on the frying-pan," said Magdalen; "and then turn the frying-pan over.
She thinks it must have been a nonsensical piece of woman's fancy, and puts her frying-pan into the fire again.
asked the reporter, pouring his omelette into the frying-pan.
However, as it was brown, even to Bella's taste, the young lady graciously partook of it without reconsignment to the frying-pan, and also, in due course, of the contents of the two bottles: whereof one held Scotch ale and the other rum.
He was dressed in a greasy flannel gown, with his throat bare; and seemed to be dividing his attention between the frying-pan and the clothes-horse, over which a great number of silk handkerchiefsl were hanging.
She shrouded herself, puffing and snorting, in a cloud of steam at the stove, and eventually extracted a frying-pan full of potatoes that hissed.
The terrific gong was a frying-pan, hanging on the wall, that rattled and clattered with each leap of the ship.
The little boy scraped away at his cauldron with more spirit than ever; and, to crown all, an old woman had just placed on the tripod a frying-pan of grease, which hissed away on the fire with a noise similar to the cry of a troop of children in pursuit of a masker.