1 The old ones turn em out o their nest an make em fly an they're scattered before you know it.
2 The bright eyes belonged to a little gray mouse, and the mouse had eaten a hole into the cushion and made a comfortable nest there.
3 He felt as if he were being led to look at some strange bird's nest and must move softly.
4 Then she saw it was meant for a nest with a bird sitting on it.
5 Her garden was her nest and she was like a missel thrush.
6 She would never again feel like a missel thrush with a safe-hidden nest.
7 It's no worse than hidin where a bird's nest is.
8 In the robin's nest there were Eggs and the robin's mate sat upon them keeping them warm with her feathery little breast and careful wings.
9 When the boy was walking and running about and digging and weeding like the others, the nest in the corner was brooded over by a great peace and content.
10 Jim allowed they'd got spoiled and was hove out of the nest.
11 We got a splendid stock of sorted spiders, and bugs, and frogs, and caterpillars, and one thing or another; and we like to got a hornet's nest, but we didn't.
12 And the wife struck; but she missed her aim, and hit her husband on the head so that he fell down dead, and the sparrow flew quietly home to her nest.
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13 So they took stock of the hole where the nest lay, and trotted away.
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14 The path led him into a wood, and there he saw two old ravens standing by their nest, and throwing out their young ones.
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15 We have such funny times, and now I can enjoy them, for everyone is so desperately good, it's like living in a nest of turtledoves.