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budge

a lambskin dressed for the fur to be worn on the outer side
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I don't know how far it went, but it went as far as concealment, anyhow; for when Lady Hastings spoke to Boyle it was to tell him she had hidden a note in the Budge book in the library.
This is where Boyle looked for Budge, or pretended to look for him, according to your account," he said.
He did look at it, though, searching for the Budge book with the note in it, but I fancy that Hastings had already moved it to the shelves on the wall.
With frenzied insistence I continued to press the little button which should have sent us racing out into space, but still the vessel refused to budge.
And then, I think, a shawl was flung over her (it is strange to me to think it was not I who ran after her with the shawl), and she was escorted sternly back to bed and reminded that she had promised not to budge, to which her reply was probably that she had been gone but an instant, and the implication that therefore she had not been gone at all.
You'd better lend me a hand then, my boy," he replied, "for I cannot budge her out of the vertical alone.
Tarzan of the Apes, tensing his mighty muscles, strained at the bonds that pinioned him; but they had been re-enforced many times at the instigation of the Russian, so that not even the ape-man's giant brawn could budge them.
One bit of advice: fix your district, then fix your price, and then don't budge.
Whether she would instantly depart, bag and baggage, to Lady Scadgers, or would positively refuse to budge from the premises; whether she would be plaintive or abusive, tearful or tearing; whether she would break her heart, or break the looking- glass; Mr.
HEARTS owner Ann Budge admits she is already getting earache from director of football Craig Levein - a month before the transfer window opens.
Hearts are firm favourites to clinch the title but Budge is refusing to get carried away.
The market goes up dramatically fast and then peaks and landlords don't budge, they don't budge for four to six months," Pattison said.