I think you had a ball of twine,” said he to Joey, “when you were tying down the baskets; where is it?
“I am afraid it is the tying down that is the trouble, after all,” said she.
Next morning bottle it in little half pint stone bottles, tying down the corks with twine.
Any variety may be protected by bending and tying down the branches, and covering with four inches of soil.
Put the shavings into a clean white-ware jar; cover the top closely, and secure the cover by tying down a cloth over it.
To hold it we had to use a very strong cord, the kind used by upholsterers for tying down the springs in a chair or a sofa.
To prevent this uncoiling, it should be fastened by tying down tightly with a turn or two of strong silk.
The Roman word meant the tying down of everyone to certain formulas or dogmas.
Afterwards add the lemon-juice, straining out the pips and pulp, and put it into bottles, tying down the corks fast with string.