Blinker got a pager and looked up the movements of Sunday steamboats.
Blinker took pains to provide against the rejection of his application.
Blinker held Florence tightly until the boat had righted itself.
She made Blinker sit down and sat by his side and put her hand in his.
"Don't say that again," said Blinker in a tone that made her look at him in frank surprise.
"And I am laying brick on a tall factory chimney," said Blinker.
But Blinker always remembered that he was a gentleman—a thing that no gentleman should do.
Twice shall the barber tweak the helpless nose of a Blinker.
In the evening Blinker went to one of his clubs, intending to dine.
I got up to get a drink of water and slipped and roused up Blinker.