One day he threw a pannikin of hot tea over one of them, and then his case was investigated.
This, with a pannikin of tea, and some baker's cakes, constituted their meal.
Ulick drew a pannikin of water and offered it to Constans that he might bathe his face, which was badly puffed and marked.
Steve gulped his tea down, and set the pannikin on the ground.
With his eyes still on the man at the door, he fumbled for the pannikin of whiskey and gulped it down.
So saying, I emptied the pannikin at a gulp, and set it down upon the table.
He grinned, emptied the pannikin, and stretched his hands to the fire to warm them.
“It was a syllogism,” replied the Dominie, taking the pannikin from his mouth.
Slowly he tilted up his pannikin and let the water flow in a thin stream into his mouth, keeping the metal away from his lips.
He took his liquor at a gulp, and passed the pannikin to his mate.