Pip took something out of his pocket, rubbed it a long time on the front of his jersey, then breathed on it and rubbed it again.
"The Garden Party" by Katherine Mansfield
Seek out one Pip, who's now been missing long: I think he's in those far Antilles.
"Moby Dick; or The Whale" by Herman Melville
But of this part it is enough to say that Pip, Owd Bob, and Red Wull were selected to fight out the struggle afresh.
"Bob, Son of Battle" by Alfred Ollivant
Apples intended for dumplings should not have the core taken out of them, as the pips impart a delicious flavour to the dumpling.
"Enquire Within Upon Everything" by Anonymous
The governor informed Pip that his orbs stuck out far enough to hang a mug on.
"The Knights of the White Shield" by Edward A. Rand
An almond out of its shell, a peach-kernel, and an apple-pip are also clear and perfect, though varied types.
"Proserpina, Volume 1" by John Ruskin
Yes, one egg is pipped; they'll all be out by to-morrow.
"Plantation Sketches" by Margaret Devereux
Then out of the woods came Pip, running.
"Mistress Anne" by Temple Bailey
He washed the memory out of his thought, and concentrated on the flashing pips that chased themselves over the operator's screen.
"Eight Keys to Eden" by Mark Irvin Clifton
Afterwards add the lemon-juice, straining out the pips and pulp, and put it into bottles, tying down the corks fast with string.
"The Lady's Own Cookery Book, and New Dinner-Table Directory;" by Charlotte Campbell Bury
The man that should first spot the pip out of the card was to take the prize, a Cheyenne saddle.
"Whispering Smith" by Frank H. Spearman
Meanwhile he and Herbert kept Magwitch hidden as much as possible, and gave out that the old man was Pip's uncle, on a visit from the country.
"Tales from Dickens" by Charles Dickens and Hallie Erminie Rives
But by the holy, jumping Judas, I'm going to forget myself some day and knock the soo-preme pip out of this Dutchman!
"Silver and Gold" by Dane Coolidge
Pip passed a wretched morning, expecting every moment that the disappearance of the pie would be found out.
"Dickens' Stories About Children Every Child Can Read" by Charles Dickens
Pip scored seven, not out.
""Pip"" by Ian Hay
But he was last, and he looked back; then somebody sang out, 'Where's Pip?
"Ben Pepper" by Margaret Sidney
Matthias cut and edged Mrs. Cardrow out by a single pip.
"Joan Thursday" by Louis Joseph Vance
The same evil is pointed out in the training of Pip in Great Expectations.
"Dickens As an Educator" by James L. (James Laughlin) Hughes