The mayor kept the thick walnut-clad television set in his office burning constantly, like a peet fire in a cottage in Galway.
She was anxious to know if Jack had had his interview; from peet's manner she feared he had not, or that something was wrong.
The noise may bring Mr. peet up here, and—and—I must get in afore he comes.
peet didn't jump off a Buffalo dock; he jumped out of his coat and into the fray.
Did you see what a cross look he had all the time peet was speaking?
There was a long porch on the south side of the house and about midway was peet's room, the door of which opened onto the porch.
peet examined the bulb, and sat pondering with the letter in his hand.
“The time has come when I ought to know what”—this from the purple peet.
peet growled, but roused himself, confessing he had been dreaming.
peet 1–4; see also Giuffrida-Ruggeri 21, who quotes Patroni .