and slowly and stiffly the old creature rose, and got her basket
on her head again; but before she went out, she looked at the quadroon girt, who still stood playing with her ear-drops.
My poor little girl would be sadly disappointed, I know, if the basket
was not finished tomorrow, for though I told her it certainly would not, I am sure she depends upon having it done.
At a word from Zobeida, Sadie and Amina took the basket
from the porter, who was glad enough to be relieved from its weight; and when it was emptied, paid him handsomely for its use.
THE cat got up and stretched herself, and came and sniffed at the basket
Grimaud understood that it was to be a breakfast on the grass, took the basket
, packed up the viands, added the bottles, and then took the basket
on his arm.
I lived to watch on a strange shore a black and youthful Nausicaa, with a joyous train of attendant maidens, carrying baskets
of linen to a clear stream overhung by the heads of slender palm-trees.
was the one which on workdays held Adam's and Seth's dinner; and no official, walking in procession, could look more resolutely unconscious of all acquaintances than Gyp with his basket
, trotting at his master's heels.
Laying hold of this same little basket
, I thrust my hand under the newspaper with which it was carefully covered.
By the assistance of some rudely constructed machinery, the heavily laden basket
was now carefully lowered down among the multitude; and, from the giddy pinnacle, the Romans were seen gathering confusedly round it; but owing to the vast height and the prevalence of a fog, no distinct view of their operations could be obtained.
And the Scarecrow found a tree full of nuts and filled Dorothy's basket
with them, so that she would not be hungry for a long time.
And the servants gave her some of the rich meats, which she put into her basket
to take home.
When he was gone Durbeyfield walked a few steps in a profound reverie, and then sat down upon the grassy bank by the roadside, depositing his basket
Also, by an afterthought, I stuffed Foulata's basket
, which, except for one water-gourd and a little biltong, was empty now, with great quantities of the stones.
He carried a basket
under one arm and a mattress under the other.
He opens his umbrella and dashes off Strandwards, but comes into collision with a flower girl, who is hurrying in for shelter, knocking her basket
out of her hands.