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A piteous yelp from the lower regions at last announced that the thief was captured, and Tom appeared bearing Snip by the nape of the neck in one hand and Polly's cherished bonnet in the other.
I can't find it, and this one is pretty well chewed up," said Tom, bereaving Snip of the torn kid, to which he still pertinaciously clung.
Having addressed the last remark to her fair client, Miss Wren proceeded to snip at some blue fragments that lay before her, among fragments of all colours, and to thread a needle from a skein of blue silk.
In her anger she clutched Rapunzel's beautiful tresses, wrapped them twice round her left hand, seized a pair of scissors with the right, and snip, snap, they were cut off, and the lovely braids lay on the ground.
To-day they were to trim the grape-vine, so Kit mounted half-way up a short ladder, and began to snip and hammer away, while the old gentleman, with a great interest in his proceedings, handed up the nails and shreds of cloth as he wanted them.
One delicious grinding snip, and then another and another, and the hinder-locks fell heavily on the floor, and Maggie stood cropped in a jagged, uneven manner, but with a sense of clearness and freedom, as if she had emerged from a wood into the open plain.
Boys, I move that he keeps still and lets this human philopena snip you out a speech.
She thrusts hurriedly into your hand an extremely hot buttered roll, flashes out a tiny pair of scissors, snips off the second button of your overcoat, meaningly ejaculates the one word, "parallelogram
Caption: Most pliers have carbide or titanium cutters, but a Boomerang Snip, second from left, is a better bet for braid.
The International Journal of Nursing Studies (IJNS), Journal of Nursing Scholarship (JNS), and Journal of Advanced Nursing (JAN) were the 3 top-ranked journals in the "Nursing (all)" category according to SNIP in 2015.
Aben views this region as being one of the premier regions in the world for hosting high-grade gold discoveries like Eskay Creek, Snip, and Brucejack.
When his best friend Max the little monkey''s dad goes whooshing on a vine through the trees, Snip starts to ponder about his dad''s daily activities: He goes away in the morning and comes back at night.