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clay (pipe)

pipe down

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pipe up

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She took her chair again instantly, and filled the pipe. He lighted it, and seated himself on the grass, quietly smoking.
"Did any of you gentlemen want to have it out with ME?" roared Silver, bending far forward from his position on the keg, with his pipe still glowing in his right hand.
'He he he!' cried Brass faintly, as he again applied himself to the odious pipe. 'But if he should get better, Mr Quilp?'
The smoking sentinel at the door interposed in this place, and without taking his pipe from his lips, growled,
Next he repaired the broken pipe, gathered his tools together, and started up the trail.
He put the tools away, took a great drink of the water that again flowed through the pipes, and sat down on the bench by the open kitchen door.
Tell me something about the Salwanners.' Having preferred this request, Mr Willet chuckled a third time, and after these unusual demonstrations of levity, he put his pipe in his mouth again.
Mr Willet looked first at her, then at his son, then back again at Dolly, and then made an ineffectual effort to extract a whiff from his pipe, which had gone out long ago.
Charley appearing with a tray, on which are the pipe, a small paper of tobacco, and the brandy- and-water, he asks her, "How do you come here!
He kept a whole row of pipes there ready loaded, stuck in a rack, within easy reach of his hand; and, whenever he turned in, he smoked them all out in succession, lighting one from the other to the end of the chapter; then loading them again to be in readiness anew.
"Anything else?" I asked, for Holmes was turning the pipe about in his hand, and staring at it in his peculiar pensive way.
He now sat down again very much out of breath, gasping at his pipe as if it contained a supply of that necessary, without which he must perish.
Put a flask of wine and the largest pipe in the little vaulted room behind the hall."
"Dickon," cried Mother Rigby, "a coal for my pipe!"
Maclaren, our hostess, thought nothing good enough for such a guest; and as Duncan Dhu (which was the name of our host) had a pair of pipes in his house, and was much of a lover of music, this time of my recovery was quite a festival, and we commonly turned night into day.