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teacup

the amount a teacup will hold, about four fluid ounces
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She observed that he was compressing his teacup, so that there was danger lest the thin china might cave inwards.
This did not seem to encourage the witness at all: he kept shifting from one foot to the other, looking uneasily at the Queen, and in his confusion he bit a large piece out of his teacup instead of the bread-and-butter.
The miserable Hatter dropped his teacup and bread-and-butter, and went down on one knee.
Why did not each ancient dairyman take his own teacup of milk and his own cask of water, and mix them, without making a government matter of it?
himself said if seeing is believing not seeing is believing too and when you don't see you may fully believe you're not remembered not that I expect you Arthur Doyce and Clennam to remember me why should I for the days are gone but bring another teacup here directly and tell her fresh toast and pray sit near the fire.
Casaubon had come up to the table, teacup in hand, and was listening.
He set down his teacup and smiled at her for a moment gravely.
On this occasion, for example, while the old lady was laughing heartily over the boyish manner in which we tumbled into the parlour, Sarah was perturbedly picking up the broken pieces of a teacup, which the Professor had knocked off the table in his precipitate advance to meet me at the door.
said Mr Chester, glancing at this last- named person as he set down his teacup and plied the golden toothpick, 'immensely patient
Prolonging his preparations as much as possible, for their greater comfort, that eccentric gentleman superintended the packing of his wardrobe, and having added to it with his own hands, a plate, knife and fork, spoon, teacup and saucer, and other small household matters of that nature, strapped up the portmanteau, took it on his shoulders, and actually marched off without another word, and with the case-bottle (which he had never once put down) still tightly clasped under his arm.
The actress took the children on rides including Space Mountain, Thunder Mountain and the less terrifying teacups.
And Maureen Allison added: "Look at the eyes of these little dogs posing in teacups.