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clay (pipe)

pipe down

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pipe up

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Omer, hearing his daughter's footstep before I heard it, touched me with his pipe, and shut up one eye, as a caution.
The noon-tide slumber lasted generally an hour and a half: very often longer; and after the sleepers had arisen from their mats they again had recourse to their pipes, and then made preparations for the most important meal of the day.
While filling her pipe the old woman continued to gaze with almost motherly affection at the figure in the corner.
You think a man must be well-to-do if he smokes a seven-shilling pipe," said I.
As soon as the soldier was alone again, he lighted his pipe and summoned the black manikin.
Then he dismisses her, lights his pipe, and drinks to Mr.
It is from the top of this cone that the second pipe issues, and it runs, as I have said, into the upper beds of the balloon.
The tobacco is in your pipe, your Majesty," returned the Steward.
On the summit of a little knoll, with a pipe between his teeth and his back against a palm-tree, Trent was lounging away an hour of the breathless night.
I reckon I'll have to go down and dig the pipe out," he told her.
He proceeded to light his pipe, using several matches as if the wind blew them out.
After that hour, Alban was free to smoke his pipe, and to linger among trees and flower-beds before he returned to his hot little rooms in the village.
At this they quickly whirled around to find a funny little man sitting on a big copper chest, puffing smoke from a long pipe.
The father, with a newly-ladened pipe in his mouth, crouched on a backless chair near the stove.
Put a flask of wine and the largest pipe in the little vaulted room behind the hall.