As we rose to go, she opened her wooden chest and brought out a bag made of bed-ticking, about as long as a flour
sack and half as wide, stuffed full of something.
Here's one of your kittens at least," said Ribby, dragging Moppet out of the flour
A healing against the shadow of death,' said Kim, mixing the Kamboh's flour
with the mingled charcoal and tobacco ash in the red- earth bowl of the pipe.
Sometimes, indeed, the neighbours thought it strange that the rich Miller never gave little Hans anything in return, though he had a hundred sacks of flour
stored away in his mill, and six milch cows, and a large flock of woolly sheep; but Hans never troubled his head about these things, and nothing gave him greater pleasure than to listen to all the wonderful things the Miller used to say about the unselfishness of true friendship.
His clothes were dusted with flour
, and over his back he carried a great sack of meal, bending so as to bring the whole weight upon his shoulders, and across the sack was a thick quarterstaff.
Selivanov, now, did a good stroke last Thursday- sold flour
to the army at nine rubles a sack.
We dig it out of the ground, which, as you may have observed, is all flour
and meal," replied Mr.
Presently she came in, enshrouded in a huge work-apron, with a smudge of flour
on her nose, to show Aunt Jamesina the chocolate cake she had just iced.
He had dreamt that he was coming from the mill with a load of his master's flour
and when crossing the stream had missed the bridge and let the cart get stuck.
The absence of any cartridges made Sheldon persist in the digging up of the floor, and a fifty-pound flour
tin was his reward.
I'm going to do two things: first, weigh my sack; and second, bet it that after you-all have lifted clean from the floor all the sacks of flour
you-all are able, I'll put on two more sacks and lift the whole caboodle clean.
Also, I filled the car with sacks of flour
, baking-powder, tinned goods, and all the ordinary necessaries of life suggested by Harmmed, who fussed around and clucked over the purchases like an anxious old hen.
He therefore rolled himself in flour
and lay down in a dark corner.
Whisky went over the trail, while the flour
lay cached and untouched by the trail-side.
The white man lives under the sun, so said Yamikan, where there be much warmth, and animals have only hair and no fur, and the green things grow large and strong and become flour
, and beans, and potatoes.