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All summer we have had three calves that came to the orchard fence twice a day to get their ration of skim milk and feeding flour.
When the birds are done, skim off all grease, add the juice of a lemon, and serve hot.
You don't suppose, do you, I've had time since Tuesday to read all this through and skim off the cream?'
WANDERING HEATHSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
In our own little book we have been compelled to skim lightly, and, in many places, to pass over subjects of great interest.
Now, I have made a calculation, and I am satisfied that Mrs. Skim can not possibly make much profit out of me.
I could get a variety of delicacies for breakfast at the Clarendon, that are out of the question at Mrs. Skim's.
Now, sleep at the Clarendon is an expensive article; whereas, sleep at Mrs. Skim's, is decidedly cheap.
Here lay a broken spar half buried in the sand, part of the complex fabric that once enabled some fair ship to skim the waves.
The Gull flies beautifully, as if he knew his power, and loved to show how he can skim and dive through the air.
ON THE SEASHORER. CADWALLADER SMITH
When a storm is coming, Virgil also makes his swallows skim low about the lake, which agrees with the observation above.
A YEAR IN THE FIELDSJOHN BURROUGHS

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