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" The very locks that hung around had something jovial in their rust, and seemed, like gouty gentlemen of hearty natures, disposed to joke on their infirmities. There was nothing surly or severe in the whole scene. It seemed impossible that any one of the... "
Barnaby Rudge - Pągina 282
per Charles Dickens - 1908 - 653 pągines
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Master Humphrey's Clock: The old curiosity shop

Charles Dickens - 1841 - 426 pągines
...comfort. Toby looked on from a tall bench hard by; one beaming smile, from his broad nut-brown face down to the slack-baked buckles in his shoes. The very...whole scene. It seemed impossible that any one of tho innumerable keys could fit a churlish strong-box or a prison-door. Cellars of beer and wine, rooms...
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Barnaby Rudge

Charles Dickens - 1874
...comfort. Toby looked on from a tall bench hard by ; one beaming smile, from his broad nut-brown face down to the slack-baked buckles in his shoes. The very...innumerable keys could fit a churlish strong-box or a prison door. Cellars of beer and wine, rooms where there were fires, books, gossip, and cheering laughter—these...
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The works of Charles Dickens. Household ed. [22 vols. Orig. issued in ...

Charles Dickens - 1871
...comfort. Toby looked on from a tall bench hard by ; one beaming smile, from his broad nut-brown face down to the slack-baked buckles in his shoes. The very locks that hung around hud something jovial in their rust, and seemed, like gouty gentlemen of hearty natures, disposed to...
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The Sixth Reader

Lewis Baxter Monroe - 1872 - 408 pągines
...and winking in the light and falling every now and then into an idle doze, as from excess of comfort. The very locks that hung around had something jovial in their rust, and seemed like Tnere he stood working at his anvil, his face radiant with exercise and gladness his sleeves turned...
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The Works of Charles Dickens, Volum 1

Charles Dickens - 1874 - 898 pągines
...something Jovial in their rust, ahd seemed like gouty gcntletncn Of hearty natures, disposed to joke oh 8 2ه o G Q}z &s n , 9 , \_ , 8yw!Aj Y i y3 :{Ū[ 7p = <- - I impossible1 that riny one of the Innumerable keys could fit a churlish strong-box or a prison-floor....
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Barnaby Rudge: And Edwin Drood

Charles Dickens - 1880 - 837 pągines
...comfort. Toby looked on from a tall bench hard by ; one beaming smile, from his broad nut-brown face down to the slack-baked buckles in his shoes. The very...around had something jovial in their rust, and seemed li!;e gouty gentlemen of hearty natures, di< oosed to joke on their infirmities. There was nothing...
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The new Royal readers. 6 standards

Nelson Thomas and sons, ltd - 1884
...winking in the light, and falling every now and then into an idle doze, as from excess of comfort. The very locks that hung around had something jovial...hearty natures, disposed to joke on their infirmities. 6. There was nothing surly or severe in the whole scene. It seemed impossible that any one of the innumerable...
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McGuffey's Alternate First[-sixth] Reader, Llibre 5

William Holmes McGuffey - 1888
...one beaming smile, from his broad, nut-brown face down to the slack-baked buckles on his shoes. 5. The very locks that hung around had something jovial...innumerable keys could fit a churlish strong-box or a prison door. Rooms where there were fires, books, gossip, and cheering laughter, — these were their...
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Classic Selections from the Best Authors

Samuel Silas Curry - 1888 - 182 pągines
...smile, from his broad nut-brown face down to the slack-baked buckles in his shoes The very locks thut hung around had something jovial in their rust, and...infirmities There was nothing surly or severe in the whole ricene. It seemed impossible that any one of the innnmeraMp keys could fit a churlish strong-box or...
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The Works of Charles Dickens, Volum 12

Charles Dickens - 1897
...comfort. Toby looked on from a tall bench hard by; one learning smile, from his broad nut-brown face down to the slack-baked buckles in his shoes. The very...severe in the whole scene. It seemed impossible that anv one of the innumerable keys could fit a churlish strong-box or a prison-door. Cellars of beer and...
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