There was an attractive spot among the trees where were a great many wooden tables and benches; and there one could sit in the shade and pretend to sip
at his foamy beaker of beer while he inspected the crowd.
'She never tasted it--it can't be tasted in a sip
! Why, how old are you?'
Fear at my heart, as at a cup, My life-blood seemed to sip
With this, the doctor laughed; but he didn't laugh half as much as a married friend of Mrs Kenwigs's, who had just come in from the sick chamber to report progress, and take a small sip of brandy-and- water: and who seemed to consider it one of the best jokes ever launched upon society.
She's the very picter of her.' Having thus directed the general attention to the young lady in question, the married lady embraced the opportunity of taking another sip of the brandy- and-water--and a pretty long sip too.
So Martin unearthed a carbon copy of "Star-dust," and during the reading of it Brissenden chuckled, rubbed his hands, and forgot to sip
Sanders volunteered to humour him, so she took a slight sip
out of her glass.
The spy, well used to his business, did not change his unconscious attitude, but drained his little glass of cognac, took a sip
of fresh water, and asked for another glass of cognac.
"It is strange," he said, with a shudder, followed by the biggest sip
of brandy-and-water he had taken yet.
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The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency recently included General Panel's SIPs
in the specifications for 92 new all-green "eco-cottages." SIPs
can be found on homes and commercial buildings from the coast to north Mississippi--and as far away as Hawaii and the Marshall Islands.
are used as walls and roofs on all types of new build residential projects, small commercial buildings, schools, hospitals and holiday lodges.