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He was an old steeplechaser, twenty years old, and very thin and ribby.From Chart House to Bush Hut|Charles W. L. Bryde
Ribby opened the bottom oven door with some difficulty, and turned the pie.
Ribby set the pie upon the table; there was a very savoury smell.
Ribby and Tabitha took her with them to keep her safely in sight, while they went on with their search.
Ribby and Tabitha set to work to search the house thoroughly again.