But I don't see what that's got to do with the crook
," pursued the secretary, with his relentless eyes boring deeper and deeper into mine.
Well, well," observed Crook, airily, "don't let's quarrel.
I'm all for making a policeman into sausages," said John Crook.
That's true," admitted Crook, nodding eagerly and walking about.
Crook shall be clown; he's a journalist and knows all the oldest jokes.
Uncle is too absurd," cried Ruby to Crook, round whose shoulders she had seriously placed a string of sausages.
The pantomime was utterly chaotic, yet not contemptible; there ran through it a rage of improvisation which came chiefly from Crook the clown.