"A few," said pilch, passing up the "and besides—" She considered.
pilch's slim fingers tapped the surface of the table between them.
pilch sat down at the desk and invited Trigger to make herself comfortable on the couch.
pilch shaded her eyes and looked at the sequoia's crown far above them.
"Here's what our investigators had the last time," pilch said.
In the fourteenth century the leading name is pilch, derived from peluche, the French for "plush."
Coles has 'a pilch for a saddle, instratum,' which explains that it was an external covering, and probably of leather.
pilch was silent for some moments again, considering the wall-screen as if thinking about something connected with it.
I asked for Mr. pilch, and was conducted into a private room.
"Don't blame you at all," pilch said, sounding almost exactly like Commissioner Tate.