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quoth Uncle Venner, who had taken occasion to shuffle in and out of the shop several times in the course of the day.
He came in with his usual even, patient shuffle, and he made a low salute to the two gentlemen who were standing before his daughter's easel.
There was a white-face here when the bridge was built, and he would take a boat in the evenings and shuffle with his feet on the bottom-boards, and whisper: "Is he here?
Chizzle, Mizzle, or otherwise was particularly engaged and had appointments until dinner, may have got an extra moral twist and shuffle into themselves out of Jarndyce and Jarndyce.
Cannot Caesar in irons shuffle off the irons and transfer them to the person of Hippo or Thraso the turnkey?
And lest you should shuffle in your reply I shall mention a notable passage that has come to my ears.
When I can shuffle off the responsibility on you it will be a real relief.
The girl and the old man began to shuffle on in the crowd without their tormentors venturing to stop them.
They are not at all timorous: when attentively watching any one, they curl their tails, and, raising themselves on their front legs, nod their heads vertically, with a quick movement, and try to look very fierce; but in reality they are not at all so: if one just stamps on the ground, down go their tails, and off they shuffle as quickly as they can.
He scanned their faces as they passed forward filling the roomy deck with the shuffle of their footsteps and the murmur of voices, like the awakening to life of a world about to be launched into space.
Day after day, with the stamp and shuffle of sixty pair of bare feet behind me, each pair under a 60-lb.
Did I not foresee--have I not already told you, that whatever he was asked he would refuse to answer, and try irony or any other shuffle, in order that he might avoid answering?