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“These names, odd and uncouth enough, are better imagined at least than those which Hopkins contrived for the imps which he discovered -- such as Pyewacket, Peck-in-the-Crown, Sack-and-Sugar, News, Vinegar-Tom, and Grizell Greedigut, the broad vulgarity of which epithets shows what a flat imagination he brought to support his impudent fictions.”
“These names, odd and uncouth enough, are better imagined at least than those which Hopkins contrived for the imps which he discovered -- such as Pyewacket, Peck-in-the-Crown,”
“Roasted for 45 minutes in a 400-degree oven, it was still warm, tender and juicy when I got home and greedily consumed some of it, sharing with my wise cat, Pyewacket.”
“I smiled and thought to myself, "If I lived in this hotel, I would probably be having dinner three or four nights a week in this very restaurant... always carrying home a doggie bag to share with my magical Pyewacket of 'Bell, Book & Candle' fame.”
“Sorry, Pyewacket, there was none left for my favorite cat.”
“The 'no name' cat which is an integral part of the film is an absolute double for my tabby, Pyewacket, so now it will be known to me as PyeTwo.”
“But unlike Pyewacket and Henry, he takes center stage in the pivotal climatic scene when the lovers reunite in the rain, with the rain-soaked cat nestled between them, trying to stay dry under their chins.”
“There is nothing, though, that can quite match the startling, haunting closeup of Gillian as she casts her love spell on Shep, holding her cat familiar Pyewacket under her nose, her deep blue eyes and the cat's both staring into the camera, her face lit with an otherworldly glow.”
“Pyewacket-This is a book I've not heard of before. .is it all salads?”
“Roy Disney comes out of retirement to take the helm of....the good yacht Pyewacket:”
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