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a farm where dairy products are produced

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Samuel Whiskers got through a hole in the wainscot, and went boldly down the front staircase to the dairy to get the butter.
And as to that Betty as was dairymaid at Trent's before she come to me, she'd ha' left the cheeses without turning from week's end to week's end, and the dairy thralls, I might ha' wrote my name on 'em, when I come downstairs after my illness, as the doctor said it was inflammation--it was a mercy I got well of it.
Run into the dairy and see cousin Hetty make the butter.
Totty, however, had descended from her chair with great swiftness, and was already in retreat towards the dairy with a sort of waddling run, and an amount of fat on the nape of her neck which made her look like the metamorphosis of a white suckling pig.
By the by, I've never seen your dairy: I must see your dairy, Mrs.
Poyser said blushing, and believing that the captain was really interested in her milk-pans, and would adjust his opinion of her to the appearance of her dairy.
The porches purchased everything from a brace and bit to a lathe for the new tool-room and put the finishing touches to the dairy.
She milked half the cows, separated the cream, took charge of the dairy house and washed all the cans.
In this way our dairy produce came, in time, to command higher prices in the market than that sent by other communes.
When I had more control I did what I could: sold off the two and a half animals, and the mangy pony, and the superannuated tools; pulled down the outhouses; drained; thinned out I don't know how many guelder-roses and elder-trees; and inside the house I turned the old kitchen into a hall, and made a kitchen behind where the dairy was.
He will propose to the first white apron he sees in a dairy restaurant to-morrow.
Here he was in safety, as no grown person could follow without getting over their knees; and the luckless Charity, while her aunt scolded her from the dairy door, for being "allus hankering about arter our Willum, instead of minding Master Tom," would descend from threats to coaxing, to lure Tom out of the muck, which was rising over his shoes, and would soon tell a tale on his stockings, for which she would be sure to catch it from missus's maid.
Miss Halcombe led me round to the servants' offices, and we found the girl in the dairy, with her sleeves tucked up to her shoulders, cleaning a large milk-pan and singing blithely over her work.
I have brought this gentleman to see your dairy, Hannah," said Miss Halcombe.
Before any more questions could be put to her, she was called away to receive a basket of eggs at the dairy door.