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  • She broke only to head downstreet and, later, to kneel for the Angelus at noon and to have tea and a little sandwich of some sort before spending all afternoon on our supper—starting the soup, slicing the vegetables, mixing or roasting or basting the main course, icing the dessert, everything—the works—made up from scratch and passed through the little doorway my father had cut between her pantry and ours.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • She broke only to head downstreet and, later, to kneel for the Angelus at noon and to have tea and a little sandwich of some sort before spending all afternoon on our supper—starting the soup, slicing the vegetables, mixing or roasting or basting the main course, icing the dessert, everything—the works—made up from scratch and passed through the little doorway my father had cut between her pantry and ours.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • She broke only to head downstreet and, later, to kneel for the Angelus at noon and to have tea and a little sandwich of some sort before spending all afternoon on our supper—starting the soup, slicing the vegetables, mixing or roasting or basting the main course, icing the dessert, everything—the works—made up from scratch and passed through the little doorway my father had cut between her pantry and ours.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • Abrams himself walked downstreet in close conversation with a civilian who had several attendants"I suspect the delegate from Terra. "

    Ensign Flandry

  • Instantly, from nowhere, there exploded one of those sudden riots that sweep like a flurry of wind downstreet and carry all before them until they cease in an equally sudden calm and no man knows what caused it or why nobody was hurt.

    Jimgrim

  • Both are proud and smug about the neatness of their front lawn—not like some people’s, they tellingly remark to Mabel and Minnie, who of course feel the same way, and all four of them look downstreet at the Mulligan house.

    The Women’s Room

  • Both are proud and smug about the neatness of their front lawn—not like some people’s, they tellingly remark to Mabel and Minnie, who of course feel the same way, and all four of them look downstreet at the Mulligan house.

    The Women’s Room

  • Both are proud and smug about the neatness of their front lawn—not like some people’s, they tellingly remark to Mabel and Minnie, who of course feel the same way, and all four of them look downstreet at the Mulligan house.

    The Women’s Room

  • Remember that she is a lady, and treat her accordingly, or I'll twist off your head and take it downstreet and sell it to the bowling-alley man. "

    Joan of Arc of the North Woods

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