whiskers


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His presence was a chill, and Whiskers and Fatty instinctively drew together for protection against the unguessed threat of him.
"Huh!" sneered the terrible one, with such dreadfulness of menace as to cause Whiskers and Fatty involuntarily to close their hands down on their cave-man's weapons.
"An' I suppose that's Whiskers, there, with the gay an' festive lamp tan-going into his eyebrow an' the God-forgive-us nose joy- riding all over his mug?"
"It'll do, it'll do," Whiskers muttered uncomfortably.
"Here's some water for the mixin's," Whiskers said, proffering his tomato-can of river slush.
"I do not think"--said Samuel Whiskers, pausing to take a look at Tom Kitten--"I do NOT think it will be a good pudding.
Samuel Whiskers and his wife on the run, with big bundles on a little wheel-barrow, which looked very like mine.
Villefort, pale and agitated, ran to the window, put aside the curtain, and saw him pass, cool and collected, by two or three ill-looking men at the corner of the street, who were there, perhaps, to arrest a man with black whiskers, and a blue frock-coat, and hat with broad brim.
Young Fledgeby had a peachy cheek, or a cheek compounded of the peach and the red red red wall on which it grows, and was an awkward, sandy- haired, small-eyed youth, exceeding slim (his enemies would have said lanky), and prone to self-examination in the articles of whisker and moustache.
He had scarcely done so, when there was a great uproar in the street, and the old lady hurrying to the window cried that Whisker had run away, upon which Kit darted out to the rescue, and the others followed.
Even in running away, however, Whisker was perverse, for he had not gone very far when he suddenly stopped, and before assistance could be rendered, commenced backing at nearly as quick a pace as he had gone forward.
Red Whisker pretended he could make a salad (which I don't believe), and obtruded himself on public notice.
Red Whisker made his salad (I wondered how they could eat it.
She received my attentions with favour; but whether on my account solely, or because she had any designs on Red Whisker, I can't say.
Red Whisker would have got the guitar-case out of the carriage, but Dora told him nobody knew where it was, but I.