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Milky

In numismatics, describing a surface of a coin that appears unclear due to a white spot somewhere on it. This occurs most commonly on silver coins. This may affect the value of a coin.
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There came a time when not only did the meat-supply cease, but the milk no longer came from his mother's breast.
But with milk two cents higher, I should think you could have competed," Ernest suggested slyly.
The Trust could put milk upon the market more cheaply than we.
The foolish man would insist upon milking the red cow when I wanted him to milk the white one; but he will know better next time, I am sure.
Number one seized the mug ravenously, and had just drunk enough to make him wish for more, when Mr Squeers gave the signal for number two, who gave up at the same interesting moment to number three; and the process was repeated until the milk and water terminated with number five.
When I first went to business, ma'am, I took a penny loaf and a ha'porth of milk for my breakfast as I walked to the city every morning; what do you say to that, ma'am?
Tell me, little Cricket, where shall I find a glass of milk for my poor Father?
After you have finished, I shall give you a glass of warm sweet milk.
Do let us camp out, just one night, and Tom shall feed us on eggs and milk.
I--I'm afraid you'll have ter have bread and milk in the kitchen with me.
There was no kitchen maid to be found; of the nine cows, it appeared from the words of the cowherd-woman that some were about to calve, others had just calved, others were old, and others again hard-uddered; there was not butter nor milk enough even for the children.
On approaching nearer, Bella discerned that the refection had the appearance of a small cottage-loaf and a pennyworth of milk.