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Pochette gave a yell and relapsed into French that I'd hate to translate; it would shock even his own countrymen.

Frosty yelled to Pochette to come and get busy, and went to work on the rig.

However, the pochette also was sometimes made in the shape of a fish.

A sordino, or pochette, by "Baptista Bressano," supposed to date from the end of the fifteenth century.

A kit, or pochette, in the shape of the violin; Italian, about 1600.

Pochette himself looked worried when we trooped in to breakfast.

And none of us had anything to say, except Pochette; he said a lot, I remember, but never mind what.

Pochette helped us like a little man—he had to, or we'd have done him up right there.

Two handkerchiefs of different colors are placed in the pochette on the left side.

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A pochette of the sixteenth century, of engraved ivory and ebony, inlaid with precious stones.

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