Thinking it both unfair and unkind to deprive her of any good qualities that were handy, the boy took down
every bottle on the shelf and poured some of the contents in Margolotte's dish.
I'm going with the master,' he said, as he ran into the hut and took down his girdle from the nail on which it hung.
'There now,' he said addressing himself no longer to the cook but the girdle, as he tucked the ends in at the waist, 'now you won't come undone!' And working his shoulders up and down to free his arms, he put the coat over his sheepskin, arched his back more strongly to ease his arms, poked himself under the armpits, and took down his leather-covered mittens from the shelf.
'Now let me be took down again,' said Riderhood, when he had turned the drowned cap over and under, and had brushed it the wrong way (if it had a right way) with his sleeve.
'Let me be took down then!' cried the informer, eagerly and anxiously.
"Look sharp about it, then," said I, and I took down
my hat, drew on my gloves, and walked leisurely out of the counting-house --walked out of it to enter it no more.
For the first time she took down
the miniature from the wall and kept it before her, liking to blend the woman who had been too hardly judged with the grandson whom her own heart and judgment defended.
"He took down
with typhoid fever just after you left for Echo Lodge.