Now there's Morgan le Fay, as fresh and young as a Vassar pullet
, to all appearances, and here is this old duke of the South Marches still slashing away with sword and lance at his time of life, after raising such a family as he has raised.
Well then," said Sancho, "let senor landlord tell them to roast a pullet, so that it is a tender one.
said the landlord; "indeed and in truth it's only yesterday I sent over fifty to the city to sell; but saving pullets ask what you will.
By God," said the landlord, "my guest's wits must he precious dull; I tell him I have neither pullets nor hens, and he wants me to have eggs
It is most like a plucked pullet
which has died of the spotted fever.
Sophia would have had him take the pullet
back, saying, she could not eat; but George begged her to try, and particularly recommended to her the eggs, of which he said it was full.
But hadn't I better kill a couple o' fowl, and have th' aunts and uncles to dinner next week, so as you may hear what sister Glegg and sister Pullet
have got to say about it?
Marry, come up, say I--what a plague--does an old weazen think that tender lasses are to be bought like pullets
o' a market day?
If you agree with her about the price, you can have the cock and the two pullets
They've been a-sneaking about this two hours, I tells 'ee," shouted he, as Holmes stands between Martin and Willum, "and have druv a matter of a dozen young pullets
pretty nigh to death.
Now I step down the steep hill to Les's on Woodchurch Road, almost opposite the admirable Cock and Pullet
pub and near a corner shop run by an Indian family of unceasing charm and good manners.
25 percent, on behalf of Jason and Rhonda Saylor to construct a 27,500-square-foot pullet
house on their farm in Liverpool Township.