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Tommy Brock's snores continued, grunty and regular from Mr.
Pap used to sleep there, sometimes, 'long with the hogs, but laws bless you, he just lifts things when HE snores. Besides, I reckon he ain't ever com- ing back to this town any more."
"'O the blazing tropic night, when the wake's a welt of light That holds the hot sky tame, And the steady forefoot snores through the planet-powdered floors Where the scared whale flukes in flame.
We would do up the paper again, just as it was, and slip in, very elaborate and soft, and lay it on the bunk again, and let on WE didn't know about any trick, and hadn't any idea he was a-laughing at us behind them bogus snores of his'n; and we would stick by him, and the first night we was ashore we would get him drunk and search him, and get the di'monds; and DO for him, too, if it warn't too risky.
"Even his snores are more musical than those of other boys!"
A general silence prevailed--A silence, which was by nothing interrupted but by the loud and repeated snores of one of the Party.
'And can you do nothing better, my pleasant friend, than fall asleep, and shake the very building with your snores?' said Mr Chester.
In which D'Artagnan makes all Speed, Porthos snores, and Aramis counsels
I didn't snore, myself, when I was your age, let me tell you.
Suddenly she heard an even, tranquil snore. For the first instant Alexey Alexandrovitch seemed, as it were, appalled at his own snoring, and ceased; but after an interval of two breathings the snore sounded again, with a new tranquil rhythm.
As soon as he had finished his horrible repast he lay down to sleep as before, and when we heard him begin to snore I, and nine of the boldest of my comrades, rose softly, and took each a spit, which we made red-hot in the fire, and then at a given signal we plunged it with one accord into the giant's eye, completely blinding him.
is heard to snore, and every assassin is made a ghost and,