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Then he went down the canyon, following the line of shovel-holes he had made in filling the pans.
The centre of each line produced the richest pans, while the ends came where no colors showed in the pan.
I must have put 'em in by mistake, and ate up the meats without thinking," said Tom, trying to conceal his naughty satisfaction, as the girls hung over the pan with faces full of disappointment and despair.
When they came down with the dish in which to set forth their treat, and opened the back-door to find it, imagine their dismay on discovering that it was gone, pan, candy, and all, utterly and mysteriously gone!
This they claimed was ten ounces; but when they filled a pan of dirt to prove the lie, they washed out twelve ounces.
One day in December Daylight filled a pan from bed rock on his own claim and carried it into his cabin.
In this story of Peter Pan, for instance, the bald narrative and most of the moral reflections are mine, though not all, for this boy can be a stern moralist, but the interesting bits about the ways and customs of babies in the bird-stage are mostly reminiscences of David's, recalled by pressing his hands to his temples and thinking hard.
Well, Peter Pan got out by the window, which had no bars.
Whenever he went near the pan he burned himself, and then he would drop everything and dance round the stove, flicking his fingers about and cursing the things.
As she took the cover off a second frying pan and stirred the savory contents with a kitchen knife, he came behind her, passed his arms under her arm-pits with down-drooping hands upon her breasts, and bent his head over her shoulder till cheek touched cheek.
The cook, when she had cleaned the fish, put them in a pan with some oil to fry them.
Such is the terrible man against whom Peter Pan is pitted.