Mr rastle was in the room, and rose as usual to greet his chief; the boys also, as by custom bound, rose in their places.
“Tell Mr rastle kindly to step here,” said he to the porter.
So Mr rastle abruptly turned and went, much to the regret of Cripps, who had not half spoken his mind yet.
Mr rastle had no opinion to offer on this question of morals.
When he gets hungry he cinches himself a little tighter and continues to "rastle" with fate.
I never seed a man yit that I couldn't throw in any sort of a rastle.
If any one knew how he was getting on in class Mr rastle did, and, alas!
Mr rastle was a ruddy young man, with a very good-humoured face, and a sly smile constantly playing at the corners of his mouth.
The tyrannical proceeding on the part of Mr rastle provoked bitter indignation, of course, in the breasts of the culprits.
Really the politics of your little world, rastle, are too intricate for any ordinary mortal.