Thornsberry kicked open the front door and hurled a sugar bowl at the TV.
Now since the sugar bowl was a part of the tea caddy, the use of the caddy spoon or scoop became immediately popular.
Catia put on the cover of the sugar bowl with a defiant clash.
She give me a sugar bowl when I was twelve years old—I still got it.
After the sugar bowl the plate with the yellow chunk of butter.
"I can't place him, but I'm sure he isn't a 'buyer,'" repeated Milly, after a moment's devotion to the sugar bowl.
Nobody knew, so Pink's mother said, how old this sugar bowl might be.
I should like to get out my china set and play dinner, with real sugar in the sugar bowl, and apple cut up for meat.
Don't you see what large lumps of sugar he puts in the sugar bowl?
He had propped up a farm equipment catalogue against the sugar bowl and studied the pages without saying a word.