And a Chinaman fishes out the fly, swallows it, and throws away the beer.
She'd wile the fishes out of the sea, or a bird off a bush, so she would, just by looking sweet at them.
Each man helps himself from the pot—sticks in his knife and fishes out a piece of meat.
(inquired the visitor;) for good eating, you know, deserves good drinking, and without that we shall be like fishes out of water.'
He sits by the open window, while she fishes out olives and anchovies for him, alternately, and talks.
Then the boy takes him out of the water, holds him by the leg and shakes the fishes out into a basket.
He fishes out his potatoes and pares them; but where shall he put the parings, dripping as they are?
He explores his inside pockets, fishes out an envelop, and inspects it deliberate.
He fishes out an old wallet, unstraps it careful, and shoves over a cashier's check.