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  • THE TITMOUSE IN THE FOG Tom pulled in towards some quay-heading, tied up the Titmouse, and went up the bank to the house.

    Coot Club

  • So the first parcel ready to travel by the rope railway that now stretched between the Teasel and the Titmouse was a scrap of chocolate, a bottle of cod-liver oil, and his own spoon for William, the pioneer, who had crossed the mud and made the railway possible.

    Coot Club

  • Close astern of the Titmouse was the Death and Glory.

    Coot Club

  • The black E of'Titmouse 'was vanishing under fresh white paint, as the Death and Glory, with the twins at the oars, Joe in the bows and Bill and Pete in the stern, came out from among the trees.

    Coot Club

  • So have Emerson's "Titmouse" and "Humble-Bee" a better excuse for being than their natural history.

    The Last Harvest

  • His "Titmouse" is studied in our winter woods, and his "Humble-Bee" in our summer fields.

    The Writings of John Burroughs — Volume 05: Pepacton

  • One readily recalls Emerson's "Titmouse," Trowbridge's

    Birds and Poets : with Other Papers

  • And by the way, ask Titmouse nicely and they'll send you a coloring book.

    The Black Panther cartoon

  • The stylish (and violent) animation is by Titmouse, who also made Afro Samurai and the single terrific Screw On Head episode.

    The Black Panther cartoon

  • The American author Ralph Waldo Emerson celebrated this capacity in his poem, Titmouse.

    Country diary: Claxton, Norfolk


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