Sticks


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Sticks

In auto sales, furniture put up as collateral on a loan for an automobile.
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Else, instead of a gallant gentleman in a gold-laced coat, thou wilt be but a jumble of sticks and tattered clothes, and a bag of straw, and a withered pumpkin
Suppose 'm you take 'm me along canoe, washee-washee, me give 'm you fella boy two stick tobacco.
It was all that was left of Spanker-- the stick with which he had been tied.
When I stood up, fire-stick in one hand, dynamite stick in the other, my knees were knocking together.
They are all suited now with sticks, and Joe Willis and the gipsy man have drawn the first lot.
At the mention of each name, she had struck the table with her stick in a new place.
The debtor took his stick again, and bowing his head left the court.
He is back there on the highroad with the hardest stick I've met in a good many days.
Utterson had already quailed at the name of Hyde; but when the stick was laid before him, he could doubt no longer; broken and battered as it was, he recognized it for one that he had himself presented many years before to Henry Jekyll.
he said, and his bright, restless eyes travelled over me, to my hands, to the stick I carried, to my feet, to the tattered places in my coat, and the cuts and scratches I had received from the thorns.
Evidently "muckle" could not be the dinner-horn, so Harvey passed over the maul, and Dan scientifically stunned the fish before he pulled it inboard, and wrenched out the hook with the short wooden stick he called a "gob-stick.
But, tell me, Watson, what do you make of our visitor's stick.

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