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Page 61 - Look not earnestly at any other that is eating. "When moderately satisfied, leave the table. "Sing not, hum not, wriggle not.
Page 155 - he sat in the bottom of the boat with his back against the mast,
Page 146 - cap, a black hat, two red knit caps, two pairs of gloves, a
Page 129 - on the head with the knob end of the stick, and tickling
Page 146 - two suits of doublet and hose of leather lined with oiled skin.
Page 84 - stands so high as to take all the heat from the fire which would otherwise be thrown
Page 61 - Never sit down at the table till asked, and after the blessing. "Ask for nothing; tarry till it be offered thee. Speak not. "Bite not thy bread, but break it. "Take salt, only with a clean knife. Dip not the meat in the same. "Hold not thy knife upright, but sloping, and lay it down at the right hand of the plate with blade on plate. "Look not earnestly at any other that is eating. "When moderately satisfied, leave the table. "Sing not, hum not, wriggle not.