I want to eat my apple now; I want to keep it to eat at the ball-game; and I want to trade it for Tim's lignum-vitæ top.
He might have been speaking of any commonplace—a ball-game, or a good show.
It's the fresh guy who made the cheap talk at the ball-game.
At a ball-game the sight of a man slumbering on the benches is inconceivable.
A rat reveals to them their origin, and the place where the ball-game implements of their father are hidden.
ball-game of the women, ma-úhtape (e distinctly pronounced; the whole run together).
The boys in the yard stopped their ball-game, and the girls huddled close in whispering groups and drew near to the door.
Those who were about equal in the ball-game were matched together, and generally they had much fun in the autumn.
On a holiday celebration the address attracts more Scandinavians, the ball-game or the fireworks, more natives.
Cohen left the ball-game because he said the umpire looked right at him when he called "three balls!"