And over at my digs I had it attached to a phonograph by a little invention of my own.
As a capper he digs up that envelop, to show her there needn't be any hitch in the program.
First she digs a hole, in which she places the egg and pushes it well down.
Mr. Scott digs up the poacher and cattle-stealers of the ancient Border.
He digs light out of the ground and glows up the world with her own sap.
His hens lay their eggs at random round a hole which he digs for the nest.
The only thing that can be brought against him is the number of holes he digs.
Then he sees what it is makes the difference, digs the gulf.
He digs holes in the geranium bed to bury the bones you give him.
The more one digs into the thing, the more black and misty it becomes.