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to make or become physically hard

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The huntsman drew off the wolf's skin and went home with it; the grandmother ate the cake and drank the wine which Red-Cap had brought, and revived, but Red-Cap thought to herself: 'As long as I live, I will never by myself leave the path, to run into the wood, when my mother has forbidden me to do so.'
It also related that once when Red-Cap was again taking cakes to the old grandmother, another wolf spoke to her, and tried to entice her from the path.
This sounded nonsense, but Alice very obediently got up, and carried the dish round, and the cake divided itself into three pieces as she did so.
"Stan' up, when mother tells you, and let me hold the cake till you've done."
Now, Mas'r George, you jest take off dem books, and set down now with my old man, and I'll take up de sausages, and have de first griddle full of cakes on your plates in less dan no time."
I 'll give you a conundrum to lighten your labor: Why are bad boys like cake?" asked Polly, anxious to cheer him up.
It is called the Snow-White and Rose-Red Soap, six cakes in an ornamental box, only twenty cents for the white, twenty-five cents for the red.
Dorothy, however, was hungry, and she was not afraid of being ill; so she ate several cakes and found them good, and also she drank a cup of excellent coffee made of a richly flavored clay, browned in the furnaces and then ground fine, and found it most refreshing and not at all muddy.
She went to a small cupboard in the corner of the room, and from it produced in instalments all that goes to make cake and cocoa.
"What!" demanded Mahiette, "that poor woman to whom we are carrying this cake?"
And then pressing her to take another piece of fruit cake and another helping of preserves.
"Cake!" my Lady muttered to herself with great decision, crossing the room and opening a cupboard, from which she presently returned with two slices of plum-cake.
I had bought a cake for her on my way to the house.
"Tea, as soon as possible--and let us have the new cake. Are you too much of a man, Mr.
There they found the remains of a fine feast, and soon the two mice were eating up jellies and cakes and all that was nice.