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“Guys, we've got to go," Rand said, taking a watch out of his waistcoat-pocket.”
“At last I took out of my waistcoat-pocket a small lot wrapped in soft paper, and I put it this way (looking up at the window where she was).”
““So you are talking?” said Pere Grandet as he carefully folded the letter in its original creases and put it into his waistcoat-pocket.”
“And he handed the five shillings to the landlord, who nodded, dropped the money carelessly into his waistcoat-pocket, and lighted the candle.”
“Bewildered, he took them from his waistcoat-pocket, gave them to the baggage-master, and went hastily away.”
“Belinda, my dear Belinda! flung both her arms round me, and sobbed on my shoulder (or in my waistcoat-pocket rather, for the little witch could reach no higher).”
““One must do at Rome as Rome does,” Pen said, in a dandified manner, jingling some sovereigns in his waistcoat-pocket.”
“Rosier slowly got up, putting his watch into his waistcoat-pocket.”
“Whereupon something which he had taken from his waistcoat-pocket was thrown violently into the fender, beneath the fire-grate.”
“And he stood up, holding his hat behind his back with his left hand, with his right leg forward, and the thumb of his right hand in his waistcoat-pocket.”
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Words that, as I see it, have some fond connection to the Alice stories through their creation or particular use by Lewis Carroll. I mean to tie them all together with contexty comments!
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