Yours


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Yours

A slang term in foreign exchange indicating a willingness to sell.
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Don't put your hands behind you, or stare, or say `Christopher Columbus
Well, Tom, have you heard any more about your friend?
If you journey to the lake, you have mistaken your route," said Heyward, haughtily; "the highway thither is at least half a mile behind you.
Was it you," demanded young Andrews, in a puzzled tone, "or your brother who tried to knife me?
You are gaining flesh and color, your appetite is better, I feel really much easier about you.
You boys will have to take your drinks under canvas again, I reckon
Nay, if your worship can accomplish that," answered Master Brackett, "I shall own you for a man of skill, indeed
Why, blast your eyes, Bildad, cried Peleg, Thou dost not want to swindle this young man
Sawyer, that a more unmanly, brutal treatment of a little pony it was never my painful lot to witness, and by giving way to such passion you injure your own character as much, nay more, than you injure your horse; and remember, we shall all have to be judged according to our works, whether they be toward man or toward beast.
The eldest daughter of my uncle and yours -- Andrew Vanstone.
A nice drying day for your washing," I said, as I slowly sipped my milk, with a half-inclination of my head towards the clothes-line.
The cavalier who had addressed Don Quixote again approached him and said, "Come with us, Senor Don Quixote, for we are all of us your servants and great friends of Roque Guinart's;" to which Don Quixote returned, "If courtesy breeds courtesy, yours, sir knight, is daughter or very nearly akin to the great Roque's; carry me where you please; I will have no will but yours, especially if you deign to employ it in your service.