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"They're not a bit afraid, when they're put together, and usually they're very jolly and pleasant.
"Look for a white shirt and a white apron," said the head which had been put together, speaking in a rather faint voice.
"Why don't you behave yourself, and stay put together?"
It's the same principle as the principle in the 'Puzzles' which we used to put together when I was a boy.
There my workmen, that is to say, the brave men that I instructed and educated, and myself have put together our Nautilus.
Thirdly, to say as all his things is to be put together, and give to anybody as we sends for
When they got to the ship they found the crew waiting by the water side, and Telemachus said, "Now my men, help me to get the stores on board; they are all put together in the cloister, and my mother does not know anything about it, nor any of the maid servants except one."
The inflating apparatus was put together with extreme care, and the pipes issuing from the balloon were securely fitted to the cylindrical case.
Longfellow's "Miles Standish" came out that winter, and I suspect that I got vastly more real pleasure from that one poem of his than I found in all my German authors put together, the adored Heine always excepted; though certainly I felt the romantic beauty of 'Uhland,' and was aware of something of Schiller's generous grandeur.
"I need not, madam," said Allworthy, "express my astonishment at what you have told me; and yet surely you would not, and could not, have put together so many circumstances to evidence an untruth.
"The pieces of the puzzle are not all put together yet."
We scarce ever met together but he was inviting me to go that journey; telling me how he would show me all the glorious things of that mighty empire, and, among the rest, Pekin, the greatest city in the world: "A city," said he, "that your London and our Paris put together cannot be equal to." But as I looked on those things with different eyes from other men, so I shall give my opinion of them in a few words, when I come in the course of my travels to speak more particularly of them.
Father Simon had the curiosity to stay to inform himself what dainties the country justice had to feed on in all his state, which he had the honour to taste of, and which was, I think, a mess of boiled rice, with a great piece of garlic in it, and a little bag filled with green pepper, and another plant which they have there, something like our ginger, but smelling like musk, and tasting like mustard; all this was put together, and a small piece of lean mutton boiled in it, and this was his worship's repast.
I swear an Ikea bunk bed with pull-out drawers was easier to put together. I know, because I did one of those, too.
Tom Bryant, leading transport officer at the TVCA, told the panel a "viability study" was being put together on the eastern Tees crossing "very much linked" to the South Tees Development Corporation site (STDC).