Our pannikins, which had been empty, were all replenished, and then old Tom proceeded.
Nay; but I'll swear you do—who else can mend and grind your swords and patch your pannikins?
“I could drink a dozen pannikins full,” said Harry, as he drained off a second.
Ralph rose and gathered the pannikins and threw them into a biscuit-box.
Through this were thrust two hunks of dry bread and two pannikins of "soup."
He produced from a rude cupboard bread and cold meat, tea, sugar, and the quart pot and pannikins necessary for a bush meal.
The pannikins being emptied they are returned to the cook, who has in the mean time been preparing 266 the pemmican.
Smut-nosed Dolph never listened before to such praise as was lavished by the hungry men over the pannikins which he heaped.
They had many things in the boat but lost only two billies, two pannikins, a sounding line and Hamilton's hat, knife and pipe.
Those same aluminum kettles and cups and pannikins just have everything else beat to a frazzle when it comes to noise.