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No one listened, save Dag Daughtry, serving hot cakes and admiring.
Lynde says the Gillis girls have gone off like hot cakes.
They'd sell like hot cakes in the valley here--them I didn't want for myself.
The monkeys sung sorrowfully to each other as they hunted for dry roots in the fern-draped trees, and the last puff of the day-wind brought from the unseen villages the scent of damp wood smoke, hot cakes, dripping undergrowth, and rotting pine-cones.
Some one handed up a hot cake, which had been keeping warm in the fender; she sat down by her mother's side, Mrs.
Tickets selling like hot cakes Preparations are well underway for Burns Suppers being held up and down the country later this month.
DEEP fried mince pies are selling like hot cakes at a fish and chip shop.
A report aired by a private news channel , demand for cotton quilts has increased manifold on advent of winter season and they are being sold like hot cakes.
I prepare two drums of tea and it all sells like hot cakes," said Umer Rao, a vendor.
The Hasbro game has been selling like hot cakes and left shops with empty shelves.
This Smartphone will surely prove to be another Huawei hit gadget and will sell like hot cakes as Huawei has never failed to provide outstanding devices in affordable price range.
Our spies tell us tickets for the Kodaline gig with special guests James Vincent McMorrow, Walking On Cars, Dublin Legends and The Whereabouts are selling like hot cakes.