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This is the screen and sheath in which Pan has protected his well-beloved flower, and thou shalt be known only to thine own, and they shall console thee with tenderest love.
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.
Then he went down the canyon, following the line of shovel-holes he had made in filling the pans.
cried Jo, pounding with the handle of the old warming pan on which she leaned.
But few thoughts of Pan stirred Ahab's brain, as standing like an iron statue at his accustomed place beside the mizen rigging, with one nostril he unthinkingly snuffed the sugary musk from the Bashee isles (in whose sweet woods mild lovers must be walking), and with the other consciously inhaled the salt breath of the new found sea; that sea in which the hated White Whale must even then be swimming.
By her side sat a woman with a bright tin pan in her lap, into which she was carefully sorting some dried peaches.
The cook, when she had cleaned the fish, put them in a pan with some oil to fry them.
Near the pan he also placed a pretty little basket of Villetri grapes and a flask of Orvieto.
It called him by name, bidding him go and tell all men that the great god Pan was dead.
The farmer bids men bring more hives To house the profit that arrives; Prepares on pan, and key and kettle, Sweet music that shall make 'em settle; But when to crown the work he goes, Gods
When she was emptying the beans into the pan, one dropped without her observing it, and lay on the ground beside a straw, and soon afterwards a burning coal from the fire leapt down to the two.
She was bending over a pan on the stove; but at the sound of his step she turned with a start and sprang to him.