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He paused. Mr Dedalus, lifting his head from the bone, asked: --And what did you do, John? --Do! said Mr Casey. She stuck her ugly old face up at me when she said it and I had my mouth full of tobacco juice. I bent down to her and Phth! says I to her like that. He turned aside and made the act of spitting. --Phth! says I to her like that, right into her eye. He clapped his hand to his eye and gave a hoarse scream of pain. --O Jesus, Mary and Joseph! says she. I'm blinded! I'm blinded and drownded!

Mrs Dedalus followed and the places were arranged. --Sit over, she said. Mr Dedalus went to the end of the table and said: --Now, Mrs Riordan, sit over. John, sit you down, my hearty. He looked round to where uncle Charles sat and said: --Now then, sir, there's a bird here waiting for you. When all had taken their seats he laid his hand on the cover and then said quickly, withdrawing it: --Now, Stephen. Stephen stood up in his place to say the grace before meals: Bless us, O Lord, and these Thy gifts which through Thy bounty we are about to receive through Christ our Lord.

They were like ivory; only soft. That was the meaning of Tower of Ivory but protestants could not understand it and made fun of it. One day he had stood beside her looking into the hotel grounds. A waiter was running up a trail of bunting on the flagstaff and a fox terrier was scampering to and fro on the sunny lawn. She had put her hand into his pocket where his hand was and he had felt how cool and thin and soft her hand was. She had said that pockets were funny things to have: and then all of a sudden she had broken away and had run laughing down the sloping curve of the path.

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