from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An ear-stone or otolith of a fish, superstitiously regarded as bringing luck to the owner or wearer.
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Steinar swam at him and tore off the lucky-stone with the bag it was in, and threw them both into the water, saying in verse: --
Promising to keep the Blennerhassetts apprised of the progress of his plans, he bade old and young good-bye, and departed for Philadelphia, the lucky-stone in his breast pocket.
Summer into his breast pocket, to keep company with the lucky-stone.
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