About his arme he ware an hounds collar set full of s s of gold, and the tirets likewise being of the same metall.
Then followed the latitude and longitude of the ship's position, ending up with emergency call "S—S—S."
Small steam-cylinders, s s S, took the weight of the engine and served as springs.
"S—s—ssomeb—b—body ought t—to kn—n—now ab—bout it," Harry observed.
(C) Clean the poles of s s, press them tightly together, then again test its lifting power with filings.
The forging is begun by two or three slabs being placed on the stave as at s s s, and then inserted in the furnace.
The latter (s s) are usually three in number, and are situated on the top of the head between the compound ones.
But it won't m—m—m—m—make any diffunce with granny w—w—w—wuther she's s—s—s—salivated or not.
The two outer ones (s s) we may neglect, for they are only protecting sheaths; that in the middle (i s) is the sting proper.
P—p—p—p—pap he 'lows I ain't g—g—g—got no sense of any s—s—s—sort, much.