tent


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Often the mothers brought their fancywork and sat on the shady side of the tent during the lesson.
They called so archly, so seductively, that our feet hurried toward the tent of themselves.
The third tent," explained the Wizard, "is our dining room and kitchen.
The Wizard carried out a big kettle and set it swinging on a crossbar before the tent.
Having bathed, the Belgian tied a small hand mirror to a cord sewn to the rear wall of his tent, placed a rude chair beside an equally rude table that stood beside the glass, and proceeded to remove the rough stubble from his face.
The balance of the camp, save the sentries, had retired--none would enter the Belgian's tent.
Quickly her eyes ran round the interior of the tent, taking in every detail of its equipment and contents.
They both set off to the other end of the camp, but as it did not cover more than a surface of five hundred feet they quickly arrived at the tent they were looking for.
You're a sulky swine, you are,' sez Peg Barney, an' at that the men in the tent began to laugh.
It came from the side of the tent nearest the mountains--the back.
This dialogue was pronounced at the back of the tent, and in so low a voice that Monk could not hear a syllable of it; he was, besides, talking with Athos.
As Tom and Ned had no wish for a light, which would be sure to attract insects, they entered their tent in the dark, and were soon stretched out in comparative comfort.
The Sorceress quickly summoned the Scarecrow and his friends to her tent, and began to question the supposed Mombi about the lost girl Ozma.
Just now he kicked me and hurt me so, Geeka; but I was only sitting before the tent making a skirt for you.
Napoleon walked about in front of his tent, looked at the fires and listened to these sounds, and as he was passing a tall guardsman in a shaggy cap, who was standing sentinel before his tent and had drawn himself up like a black pillar at sight of the Emperor, Napoleon stopped in front of him.