But now, you see, I can carry the basket with one arm, as if it was an empty nutshell, and give you th' other arm to lean on.
Stick it in your frock, and then you can put it in water after.
What can a woman have to set her off better than her own hair, when it curls so, like yours?
"I think she sets the jug under and forgets to turn the tap, as there's nothing you can't believe o' them wenches: they'll set the empty kettle o' the fire, and then come an hour after to see if the water boils."
Poyser, "we've heared nothing about him, for it's the boys' hollodays now, so we can give you no account."
If you can catch Adam for a husband, Hetty, you'll ride i' your own spring-cart some day, I'll be your warrant."
On the large deal table against the wall there were bright pewter plates and spoons and cans, ready for Alick and his companions; for the master and servants ate their supper not far off each other; which was all the pleasanter, because if a remark about to-morrow morning's work occurred to Mr.
Poyser's attention was here diverted by the appearance of Molly, carrying a large jug, two small mugs, and four drinking- cans, all full of ale or small beer--an interesting example of the prehensile power possessed by the human hand.
The 58-year-old TV regular says a tin of tomatoes is one of his favourite ingredients: "I always keep my kitchen cupboards stocked full with them, because they can
be used in such a diverse range of recipes.