And every Tuesday they served Dried Currants with Clinkers in them.
"The Wit and Humor of America, Volume VIII (of X)" by Various
If any doubt exists, make a drainage bed of eight inches of clinkers before starting to lay the stones.
"Making A Rock Garden" by Henry Sherman Adams
All the Deal boats, the lifeboats of course excepted, are clinker built and of yellow colour, the natural elm being only varnished.
"Heroes of the Goodwin Sands" by Thomas Stanley Treanor
The stone fuses sufficiently to form a sort of clinker.
"Diggers in the Earth" by Eva March Tappan
They had opened up the fires, drawn the clinkers from the furnaces, and were now oiling the engine.
"Up the River" by Oliver Optic
Soon they came in sight of General, Clinker, and one other of the slaves.
"An Undivided Union" by Oliver Optic
Clinker, or overlapping edges.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
And did Clinker go well?
"Antony Gray,--Gardener" by Leslie Moore
It's just as if the giants of old had made a furnace at the top of the kopje, and had been pouring the red-hot clinkers down the side.
"The Kopje Garrison" by George Manville Fenn
The Betsey is clinker-built below.
"The Cruise of the Betsey" by Hugh Miller
Inkstands dry, and my old clerk, Clinker, there, has forgotten how to write English.
"Captain Brand of the "Centipede"" by H. A. (Henry Augustus) Wise
Oyster shells put one at a time in a stove that is "clinkered" will clean the bricks entirely.
"Culture and Cooking" by Catherine Owen
It had bits of coal and clinker in the bottom of it.
"Opportunities" by Susan Warner
Take your clinker hook and level it off.
"Snow on the Headlight" by Cy Warman
These chaps get like that, and they have to get the clinkers on 'em.
"When Ghost Meets Ghost" by William Frend De Morgan
Humphry Clinker and Count Fathom are both equally admirable in their way.
"Hazlitt on English Literature" by Jacob Zeitlin
They aim to pull Joe Stalin off his clinker-picking job and make him secretary here.
"Satan and the Comrades" by Ralph Bennitt
Agents, Professor Chattock and R. C. Clinker.
"Psychic Phenomena" by Edward T. Bennett
He examined this "clinker" after it cooled, and it interested him.
"Earth and Sky Every Child Should Know" by Julia Ellen Rogers
At Little Bytham a very hard brick, called adamantine clinker, is made of the siliceous clay that the Romans used for similar works.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 16, Slice 6" by Various