Without measuring, Madeline got out a bowl and added lots of yeast, plus flour, sugar, a stick or so of butter, and quite a few eggs.
‘Ceilings have collapsed, floors have been damaged and there is not a stick of furniture anywhere,’ Hine says.
He whipped a stick of gum out of his pocket and chewed it violently.
He's a good player who has come in for some unjustified stick but he keeps going and is doing well at Birmingham.
He took out his pocket knife and cut a forked stick from a handy tree.
Once you establish position, you must keep your man's stick tied up to keep him from being able to get to the puck - to prevent him from shooting or tipping it.
His inability to lie means that he has trouble selling a stick of furniture in his position as a salesman with the Jack Jones Office Furniture Company.
Bus drivers take a lot of stick from children while doing school runs.
If car makers don't agree to move quickly, Kerry could pull out the stick : the threat of higher fuel-economy standards.
They stood it upright with the help of some remnant pieces of wood, took a stick from the bonfire and lit the fuse before standing back and covering their ears.