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We had the fish, which, as the kind reader may remember, I had brought down in a delicate attention to Mrs. Ponto, to variegate the repast of next day; and cod and oyster-sauce, twice laid, salt cod and scolloped oysters, formed parts of the bill of fare until I began to fancy that the Ponto family, like our late revered monarch
The Book of Snobs 2006
Mr. Poole states that the small scolloped parroquets passed over his head from the north – west in thousands; and he observed many new birds.
We were driving through a wide ploughed plain; low hills, also ploughed over, ran in gently sloping, swelling waves over it; the eye took in some five miles of deserted country; in the distance the round-scolloped tree-tops of some small birch-copses were the only objects to break the almost straight line of the horizon.
Not a few are captured having the deep scars of these encounters, — furrowed heads, broken teeth, scolloped fins; and in some instances, wrenched and dislocated mouths.
Gold Lace, the French with a narrow and scolloped one.
She thought of having it scolloped, but in hot weather scollops are apt to spile unless cookt, and I think a _roosh_ of oyster shells would be rather more _distangue_.
The picture called the "Star of the East," by WEST, has a scolloped frame in the Tuscan style, with extra fine enamelling.
It was already sufficiently salt, and only needed a little pepper to make it quite equal to any scolloped lobster that he had ever tasted.
Lost in the Fog James De Mille
A deep _valenciennes_, scolloped, forms a lapel down the body and the edges of the skirt.
Her dress is what is termed a Vandyke robe; it fits closely, and is scolloped round the neck, arms, and at the bottom.