A glass of water

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A glass of water   
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Did not she call for a glass of water when she came in?
Hurrying into another room, Miss Jenny got a glass of water, and brought it for Fledgeby's relief: who, gasping, spluttering, and rattling in his throat betweenwhiles, drank some water, and laid his head faintly on her arm.
Men were supporting him in their arms and offering him a glass of water, but his trembling, swollen lips could not grasp its rim.
She took a glass of water, put a white powder into it, and, handing it to the Marionette, said lovingly to him:
She was obliged to ask for a glass of water in the middle of the sitting; and the assistant, seeing she was ill, suggested that she should come another day, but she insisted on staying till the end.
And when he quoted the dear old stock nonsense out of Thoreau about being able to get intoxicated on a glass of water, I could have laughed and cried at the same time.
Tom sprang for a glass of water and offered it, but Wilson shrank shuddering from him and said:
A glass of water, however, restored her, and then this outpouring of an exhausted nature was suppressed.
Within, down it sunk perpendicularly into a caldron, about a Danish mile in depth; while below lay a town, whose appearance we can, in some measure, realize to ourselves by beating the white of an egg in a glass Of water.
Come and have a bit of bread and butter, or a slice of cake or something, and a glass of water.
There was a glass of water on the table, and on the window-sill a small chip ointment box containing a couple of pills.
in the rabble, had attempted to carry a glass of water to that wretched creature in torment, there reigned around the infamous steps of the pillory such a prejudice of shame and ignominy, that it would have sufficed to repulse the good Samaritan.