Pick a Pocket

It's so easy to customize your garments by adding a pocket to make it truly your own creation. There are so many choices. This book includes 15 different styles with some variations.

Pick a Pocket

Author: E. Charlene Shafer

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781534635623

Page: 72

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Most knitters have basic garment patterns in their library. It's so easy to customize your garments by adding a pocket to make it truly your own creation. There are so many choices. This book includes 15 different styles with some variations. The pockets can be used on any machine from simple hobby to electronic and bulky. The techniques are explained row-by-row then instructions for a sample to work through will help make your project go smoothly. There are many basic instructions listed to help you understand the terms in machine knitting. They not only apply to the pockets in this book but many other aspects of your knitting. Great for the beginner and intermediate knitters. Remember pockets are not just for sweaters and skirts. Pockets are great in wraps, afghans, tops of socks, inside a stocking hat (great for runners that want a place to stash keys or a little money). Let your imagination run wild. Pocket styles are: Basic Knitted in Pocket Pocket with Pointed Flap Invisible Patch Pocket with Ribbed Top Gathered Pocket Zipper Pocket Tulip Pocket Shadow Pleated Pocket Eye Glass Pocket Flap on the Front of the Pocket Pocket with Straight Flap Slat Pocket Pouch Pocket Skirt/Slacks Pocket Upside Down Pocket Box Pleated Pocket

The Obliviad

That British moral made our steps to guide , In prose and verse which once
esteem ' d our pride ; Or this , or with much modern learning stock it , And teach ,
from Fagin , how to pick a pocket . NOTES . prohibited them by special statute , I
am ...

The Obliviad

Author: William Leech (M. R. C. S. E.)

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Punch

GEORGE SEALEY WAGGETT at How true it is that the man who makes a pun will
pick a pocket , may Boulogne ; when he ought to be in custody of the House of
Commons be ascertained from the reports of last week's proceedings at the Old ...

Punch

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Pick Pockets of Jamaica

READ THIS BOOK and you wont get picked on your next vacation. READ THIS BOOK and you wont get picked on your next vacation. Take it from Prino he was a professional pick pocket.The year was 1980.

Pick Pockets of Jamaica

Author: Prino

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ISBN: 9781469183411

Page: 50

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READ THIS BOOK and you wont get picked on your next vacation. READ THIS BOOK and you wont get picked on your next vacation. Take it from Prino he was a professional pick pocket.The year was 1980. It was either picking pockets or go work for crooked politicians and go kill each other. With gun that they issue out in the community. So as the years go by we avoid polly tricks by traveling around the island. A group of villians. And thats how we used to live. No mom, no dad. Just a group of villians. Band together and we had to pick a pocket or two, too survive.

A Dictionary Hindustani English

PLEASANT , mahokär tadarw or taza , w . PICKPOCKET , PICKPURSE , jeb -
katra , kisa - bur , gånthPHENONEMON , ' ajab , ' ajīb or ' ajūba , nådiru - z - zahūr
, kațțā , girih - bur , uchakkā . kharķi - ' ádat , mazhar , mazāhir . PICK - THANK
 ...

A Dictionary  Hindustani   English

Author: Duncan Forbes

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Page: 802

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The Parisians

If you had offered to Victor de Mauléon the crown of the Cæsars , on condition of
his doing one of those base things which a gentleman ' cannot do - pick a pocket
, cheat at cards— Victor de Mauléon would have refused the crown . He would ...

The Parisians

Author: Edward George Bulwer Lytton

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Bulwer s Novels

I pick a pocket ! I cheat at cards ! I ! ” But when something incalculably worse for
the interests of society than picking a pocket or cheating at cards was concerned ;
when for the sake either of private ambition or political experiment hitherto ...

Bulwer s Novels

Author: Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton

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The Parisians by Edward Bulwer

If you had offered to Victor de Mauléon the crown of the Cæsars , on condition of
his doing one of thosë basé things which a gentleman ' cannot do -- pick a pocket
, cheat at cards — Victor de Mauléon would have refused the crown . He would ...

The Parisians by Edward Bulwer

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The Parisians

If you had offered to Victor de Mauléon the crown of the Cæsars , on condition of
his doing one of those base things which “ a gentleman " cannot do , - - pick a
pocket , cheat at cards , - Victor de Mauléon would have refused the crown .

The Parisians

Author: Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton

Publisher: Hunter, Rose

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Page: 243

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Investigations of Proverbs Proverbial Expressions Quotations and Clich s

Investigations of Proverbs  Proverbial Expressions  Quotations and Clich  s

Author: Wolfgang Mieder

Publisher: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften

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Page: 420

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This fourth volume of the series «Sprichwörterforschung» (proverb research) presents a bibliography of approximately 10,000 notes explaining the origin, history and meaning of individual proverbs, proverbial expressions, quotations and clichés which have appeared in 228 volumes of the British journal Notes and Queries from 1849 to 1983. Most entries refer to English texts, but there are also notes on French, German and Latin expressions. References to twinformulas, reduplicatives, wellerisms and weather rules are also included, making this book a useful bibliography for the philological and historical study of proverbial materials. For additional references out of other journals see Wolfgang Mieder, International Bibliography of Explanatory Essays on Individual Proverbs and Proverbial Expressions (Verlag Peter Lang, Bern 1977).

Commentaries on the Criminal Law

And Duncan , J. , in delivering the opinion of the court , said : “ The intention of
the person was to pick the pocket of whatever he found in it ; and , although there
might be nothing in the pocket , the intention to steal is the same . ” 1 Afterward ,
in ...

Commentaries on the Criminal Law

Author: Joel Prentiss Bishop

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Rookwood

( 8 ) Shoplifter . ( 9 ) Pickpocket . ( 10 ) Handkerchiefs . 111 ) Rings . ( 12 ) To the
Pawnbroker . ( 13 ) Snuff boxes . ( 14 ) Pickpocket . ( 15 ) The wo fore - fingers
used in picking a pocket . ( 16 ) Pickpocket . ( 17 ) Pick a pocket . No slour'd
hoxter ...

Rookwood

Author: William Harrison Ainsworth

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The Elves

A mind so sanguine and of the Cæsars on condition of his doing one of so
audacious as that of Victor de Mauléon nerer those base things which “ a
gentleman " can not thinks of the second step if it sees a way to the do - - pick a
pocket , cheat ...

The Elves

Author: Ludwig Tieck

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Notes and Queries

... this the sour Dennis was so prothe campaign of the Prince of Orange between
1625 and voked as to declare tható a man who could make so vile 1645 ,
preserved in George III.'s library , No. cii . 21. " a pun would not scruple to pick a
pocket ...

Notes and Queries

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