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back and sides of a hog salted and dried or smoked

English scientist and Franciscan monk who stressed the importance of experimentation


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In yet other rooms they were putting up meats in boxes and barrels, and wrapping hams and bacon in oiled paper, sealing and labeling and sewing them.
They built a fire against the side of a great log twenty or thirty steps within the sombre depths of the forest, and then cooked some bacon in the frying-pan for sup- per, and used up half of the corn "pone" stock they had brought.
I'll call th' robin up," he said, "and give him th' rind o' th' bacon to peck at.
I sat down to my brown loaf, my egg, and my rasher of bacon, with a basin of milk besides, and made a most delicious meal.
Since it stands thus with noble Cedric,'' said Locksley, ``I am most willing to take on me the direction of the archery; and ye shall hang me up on my own Trysting-tree, an the defenders be permitted to show themselves over the walls without being stuck with as many shafts as there are cloves in a gammon of bacon at Christmas.
They found the page sifting a little barley for his horse, and Sanchica cutting a rasher of bacon to be paved with eggs for his dinner.
Danglars threw himself upon his goat-skin, and Peppino, reclosing the door, again began eating his pease and bacon.
But he put on a woollen shirt and strapped a navy revolver to his person, took to the bacon and beans of the country, and determined to do in Nevada as Nevada did.
While coffee was boiling, bacon frying, and flapjacks were being mixed, Daylight found time to put on a big pot of beans.
But the moment Samuel Bacon, a negro tumbler, got into the saddle, the spike sank home.
Half of the afternoon I had stood in the bread-line; and after dark I returned home, tired and miserable, carrying a quart of rice and a slice of bacon.
Beans, bacon, and beer--I haven't got anything else in the house.
Taking me into the little back-room which he inhabited, the old man gave me all he had to offer--a supper of bacon and eggs and a glass of home-brewed beer.
Beans and bacon, cheese and bread, were all he had to offer, but he offered them freely.
But you will find the life of Francis Bacon very interesting.