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He ripped a thin sliver of whalebone from the rim of a bird-snare that lay on the sleigh, and, after straightening, set it upright in a little hole in the ice, firming it down with his mitten.
Presently my man sat me down by a tank of hot water, drenched me well, gloved his hand with a coarse mitten, and began to polish me all over with it.
Mauki first removed the revolvers, then placed the ray fish mitten on his hand.
Rose gave a skip of pleasure, and laid one seal-skin mitten over the other on his arm, as she said happily
North we raced from the Bonin Islands to pick up the seal-herd, and north we hunted it for a hundred days into frosty, mitten weather and into and through vast fogs which hid the sun from us for a week at a time.
He feebly slipped the large fur mitten lined with thickness of wool from his right hand.
said Miss La Creevy, coughing delicately behind her black silk mitten.
It was three or four years after Miss Jennie give him the mitten and went off with the other chap.
Funny angels in hoods and mittens," said Jo, and set them to laughing.
Shimerda, wearing his rabbit-skin cap and collar, and new mittens his wife had knitted.
However recklessly the whale may sometimes serve us, said humorous Stubb one day, he can never be truly said to handle us without mittens.
The last time they had had a big basket with them and all their Christmas marketing to do--a roast of pork and a cabbage and some rye bread, and a pair of mittens for Ona, and a rubber doll that squeaked, and a little green cornucopia full of candy to be hung from the gas jet and gazed at by half a dozen pairs of longing eyes.