1 Each of us a free man; plates washed by machinery; not an aeroplane to vex us; all liberated; made whole.
2 If the worst should come--let's hope it won't--they'd hire an aeroplane, so they said.
3 Twelve aeroplanes in perfect formation like a flight of wild duck came overhead.
4 Then when Mr. Streatfield said: One spirit animates the whole--the aeroplanes interrupted.
5 Motor-cars and cinemas and aeroplanes suck that last bit out of them.
6 Kennicott was respectful as he inquired whether the Germans had good aeroplanes, and what a salient was, and a cootie, and Going West.