By the Big Dipper, Hephzy, the sight of you is good for sore eyes!
She deserves a fair shake and, by the Big Dipper, she's goin' to have it!
She hoped her mother would get home before it began, and she wished the lighthouse star would gleam out on the Big Dipper.
Yes, and by the Big Dipper, I'd do it again under the same circumstances!
Then water was taken from the large vessel and thrown over the stones with a Big Dipper.
Part of him is a Big Dipper, and I think you will find him out by that.
A good many folks have hurrahed over you and worshipped you—some of 'em, I guess likely, have envied you; but, by the Big Dipper!
Below the handle of the Big Dipper, and off to one side was the north star.
It would not hurt her to cry a little, and it might hurt somebody a great deal if the Big Dipper light failed.
I never heard of any boy or girl who didn't know the Big Dipper.
|Big Dipper |
An asterism composed of seven stars in the constellation Ursa Major. Four stars form the bowl and three form the handle in the outline of a dipper.