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You are pleased to set an altogether fictitious value upon half bottle of brandy we have left," he said.
Come, Trent, what stake will you have me set up against that other tumblerful of brandy.
That drop of brandy may stand between us and death.
Drink it up; you positively must drink the brandy, and then seltzer water and a lot of lemon," said Yashvin, standing over Petritsky like a mother making a child take medicine, "and then a little champagne--just a small bottle.
Dirkovitch, who had devoted himself steadily to the brandy - the terrible brandy aforementioned - did not understand, nor did the expurgated translations offered to him at all convey the point.
The brandy must have affected Dirkovitch, for he lay back in his chair and stared at the ceiling.
Sleary, musing as he looked down into the depths of his brandy and water: 'one, that there ith a love in the world, not all Thelf-interetht after all, but thomething very different; t'other, that it bath a way of ith own of calculating or not calculating, whith thomehow or another ith at leatht ath hard to give a name to, ath the wayth of the dogth ith
Go outside and fetch a little brandy, or I foresee that you'll break down.
You be off, ma'am, this minute, and fetch a little more brandy, or we shall have you in hysterics.
Drank a little brandy each, and huddled ourselves together, each wrapped up in his blanket, to keep ourselves alive.
Eagerly he thrust his hand into one of the leather pockets and drew out a flask of brandy.
At the end of that time he gave him a brandy and soda and placed a box of cigarettes before him.
In that instant she put a rouge-pot, a brandy bottle, and a plate of broken meat into the bed, gave one smooth to her hair, and finally let in her visitor.
We got hot brandy and water, and it revived us wonderfully.
As Mortimer Lightwood sat before the blazing fire, conscious of drinking brandy and water then and there in his sleep, and yet at one and the same time drinking burnt sherry at the Six Jolly Fellowships, and lying under the boat on the river shore, and sitting in the boat that Riderhood rowed, and listening to the lecture recently concluded, and having to dine in the Temple with an unknown man, who described himself as M.