At that jud began to unload, and before he stopped he had laid six birds on the rough deal table.
"You dassent do that again," he taunted, dancing about before jud.
"It was the palm-snake," said Professor Ditson, after jud told them of his experience.
"I guess it was because I told him what I thought of him," admitted jud, with a grin.
The next week, Andy finished his job with the Casmans and, just as jud had predicted, the breakup followed.
jud does have the best luck with his asters and chrysanthemums.
I was about to ride on when jud caught at the rein and put up his hand.
You know me, an' that jud Carpenter's motto is, 'mum, an' keep movin'.'
jud, jud, n. a mass of coal holed or undercut so as to be thrown down by wedges.
Ever think of it, sah,” went on jud, “that they could make you a livin' in the mill?