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Looking much like a high-land terrapin beneath the shelter of his venerable cotton umbrella, Judge Priest toiled up the hot slant.
Bingham bowed over his glass, and regretted that canvasback ducks and terrapin were not yet in season.
THE RED CITYS. WEIR MITCHELL
For a second, chop it up and either make a mock terrapin by a cook-book rule, or else cut it in dice, cream and bake it.
LIVING ON A LITTLECAROLINE FRENCH BENTON
The deer ridiculed the terrapin, boasted of his own fleetness, and proposed that the twain should run a race.
The appointed day arrived, and the deer, as well as the first mentioned terrapin, were faithfully on the ground.
Everybody who did not dress for dinner was shoved into a side dining-room and given only a terrapin and champagne table d'hôte.
In this case there are five, the last being addressed to the terrapin instead of to a dog.
According to the Indian theory it is caused by revengeful animals, especially by the terrapin and its cousin, the turtle.
The Terrapin let the Turkey take the scalp and hang it about his own neck, while he strutted proudly to and fro.
INDIAN LEGENDS RETOLDELAINE GOODALE EASTMAN
Have we not the fee simple of terrapin and the exclusive excellence of shad?
THE ART OF ENTERTAININGM. E. W. SHERWOOD

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