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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLITCH

Here are butter and eggs, here is tea, here is sugar, and there is a flitch.

The livin's no better, it's flitch every meal; they haven't had pie or cake since we came.

Even a flitch of bacon hung on a cord was riddled with their tiny teeth-marks.

Camden informs us that he instituted the custom of the flitch of bacon of Dunmow.

Of Flixton in Lancashire the authorities suggest, “perhaps a town of the flitch”.

"What I have given my word to do, I must stick to," said the other; so he took the flitch and set off.

The fork timbers were let into the stern-post, and carried the transom, wrought out of a flitch of elm 31⁄2 in.

When our supper of flitch and molasses was over one evening, therefore, I asked him how he meant to use his papers.

An' now, if you'll slip up to me afther dusk, I'll send you down a couple o' bottles and a flitch.

Ay, said the steward, but they were not such as will butter any cabbage to eat with this bacon; and so hung the flitch up again.

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