He sought out all the members of his union--Jurgis had stuck
to the union through all this--and begged them to speak a word for him.
A couple of lines, with very heavy leads and double cod-hooks, all neatly coiled on square reels, were stuck in their place by the gunwale.
It would be 'most the only thing I haven't stuck him for yet.
Haul up, Penn," he said, laughing, "er she 'll git stuck again.
Lastly, she put her dead husband's wig on the bare scalp of the pumpkin, and surmounted the whole with a dusty three-cornered hat, in which was stuck the longest tail feather of a rooster.
It was nothing, after all, but a scarecrow stuck upon two sticks.
A flaming scarlet flower was coquettishly stuck
over one ear, and through a hole in the other ear was threaded a pig's tail so recently severed that it still bled.
The carpenter and I stuck
it out two days more, then we drew straws for it and it was his turn.
Just the same, one thing stuck
out plain: that house was not expensive.
Yet, he knew so little about the inmates that he gave them names of his own invention: as 'Miss Elizabeth', 'Master George', 'Aunt Jane', 'Uncle Parker '--having no authority whatever for any such designations, but particularly the last--to which, as a natural consequence, he stuck with great obstinacy.
Why, in a general way, sir,' Mr Wegg was beginning slowly and knowingly, with his head stuck on one side, as evasive people do begin, when the other cut him short: