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The jailer was accustomed to pour the contents of the saucepan into Dantes' plate, and Dantes, after eating his soup with a wooden spoon, washed the plate, which thus served for every day.
Yes,' said he, 'but come again in half an hour, and cook the king the soup that he likes so much.
All these airs in a land where they would as soon expect to leave the soup out of the bill of fare as the wine
He stayed only to gulp down the remainder of his soup, and then ran along the swaying passage and, clutching tightly, down the ladder to the little gallery.
When we gave a dinner at home, we had gravy soup, turbot and lobster-sauce, haunch of mutton, boiled fowls and tongue, lukewarm oyster-patties and sticky curry for side-dishes; wild duck, cabinet-pudding, jelly, cream and tartlets.
I don't think I shall have the honor of making much more bone soup for you, sir.
Don't want to be soup," protested Button-Bright, beginning to cry.
A FOX invited a Crane to supper and provided nothing for his entertainment but some soup made of pulse, which was poured out into a broad flat stone dish.
The Major's smile vanished; the Major's hand dropped the pen destined to immortalize the name of my favorite autumn soup.
And, of all times, Soup Kennedy selected this time to come and retrieve an old shirt of his, left aboard the Reindeer from the trip he sailed with Clam.
Gentlemen," said Jacquotte, who came into the middle of the room, and there took her stand, with her hands on her hips, "the soup is on the table.
cried a voice from the soup tureen, and Alice turned again, just in time to see the Queen's broad good-natured face grinning at her for a moment over the edge of the tureen, before she disappeared into the soup.
It was written in an almost unreadable script neither English nor German, and so arranged that if you were not careful you began with a toothpick and rice pudding and ended with soup and the day of the week.
Take away the soup, Hicks, and to-morrow turn the cook out of the house, Jane.
I should like cabbage soup and porridge better than anything; but of course there's nothing like that here.