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Hunting herself for meat, up the left fork of the stream where lived the lynx, she had followed a day-old trail of One Eye.
He had no notion of the price to ask for his meat, but put on a foolish and simple air as he called aloud his wares:
Hark ye, lasses and dames, hark ye, Good meat come buy, come buy, Three pen'orths go for one penny, And a kiss is good, say I
Another said, "He is a thief who has murdered a butcher, and stolen his horse and meat.
At four marks do I value meat, cart, and mare," quoth the Butcher, "but if I do not sell all my meat I will not have four marks in value.
Now, I would fain be a butcher for the day and sell my meat in Nottingham Town.
Next, he opened his stall and spread his meat upon the bench, then, taking his cleaver and steel and clattering them together, he trolled aloud in merry tones:
Even so, with much meat," she continued, more harshly than before.
There be no one to hunt meat for us," she cried, turning fiercely upon me.
Their winter quarters are upon the Racine Amere, where they subsist upon roots and dried buffalo meat.
So who may say that it is nice to eat snails and frogs' legs and oysters, but disgusting to feed upon grubs and beetles, or that a raw oyster, hoof, horns, and tail, is less revolting than the sweet, clean meat of a fresh-killed buck?
With his knife he severed many strips of meat from Horta's carcass, but he did not cook them.
But, be that as it may, Tarzan would not ruin good meat in any such foolish manner, so he gobbled down a great quantity of the raw flesh, burying the balance of the carcass beside the trail where he could find it upon his return.
As they were eating the inward meats {25} and burning the thigh bones [on the embers] in the name of Neptune, Telemachus and his crew arrived, furled their sails, brought their ship to anchor, and went ashore.
By and by, when the outer meats were roasted and had been taken off the spits, the carvers gave every man his portion and they all made an excellent dinner.