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  • They straggled up to the fire, each man with a brief crisp remark, and swung their swags from their shoulders, loosening their billy-cans, which they filled at the creek before setting them beside the fire to boil. Every man had his own store of provisions with him, and as they prepared their meal there was a constant buzz of conversation. Question after question was asked as to the quality of the gold at the new find; whether there was plenty of timber on the field; how about the supply of water, and the depth of the payable dirt. Gleeson, as the discoverer, was the man to whom most of the inquiries were addressed, and if he had not done much work in preparing camp, he had to do more than his share now, a fact upon which Peters was not slow to remark.
  • However, before I recount that adventure, I must first get a new pen. This is much better. That last pen was running out of ink. Now, I found myself in quite the conundrum the other night. I was watching a rather corny horror television program called Tales from the Crypt, and one of the episodes was called Four Sided Triangle. Upon further research, I discovered that a science-fiction movie was released in 1953 with that very same title. So now I'm stuck thinking about how I should deal with these matters. My first option would be to carry on as if I was oblivious to the fact that what I thought was an original idea is not actually so. The second option would be to alter the triangles into other shapes with mismatched quantities of sides and degree of angles. The third choice would be to transform these creatures into something completely different. Being that I have to leave for work in a couple minutes, I will debate this matter at that place, and hopefully return in about twelve hours with an answer.
  • A month after leaving Pearl Island, when it became known to the crew of the "Endraght" that a course had been set for home without having obtained the treasure which had been the object of the voyage, the spirit of discontent in the forecastle which had previously shown itself, became so marked as to threaten a mutiny. Had it not been that we held all the arms and ammunition aft, there would have been little doubt of the seamen refusing duty. As it was, they went about their work in so surly a manner, that if Hartog had not kept a check upon his temper, a serious outbreak on more than one occasion would have occurred.
  • Alan undertakes commissions, usually of topographic subjects and enjoys the physicality of working in the landscape.
  • This program builds on the strength of our work in the field of visual ethnography.
  • After Jordan Hower left, Ann Simpson had stepped forth, saving Summer. Ann had tact and kind eyes. Ann was the same age as Hannah, their names similar. But there the parallels stopped; like Summer, Ann worked in retail, down at the CVS drugstore. Not Longs anymore, but everyone called it Longs and would, Summer assumed, until someone like Jordan was an old man. Would he still be buying his condoms at the grocery store? Didnt Longs sell vitamin water too?
  • "Im not blaming you at all," Consprite retorted haughtily. "Blame implies that Ive done something wrong, and Ive done nothing wrong. Ive simply changed my perspective to be in better alignment with how things now work in the land."
  • The lad had an uneasy feeling that he might have to make a public apology before the whole church congregation. This he felt would be very embarrassing. He also had an idea that his father might take him from school and put him to work in the mill. Mr. Henderson had once threatened this when Bob had played some particularly annoying prank. And Bob liked his school very much, in spite of the tricks he played,
  • Fowke joined the Royal Engineers in 1884, and saw service in the South African War at the Defence of Ladysmith, where he was mentioned in despatches. After the end of the war, he was appointed as Director of Public works in the Transvaal and was a member of the Transvaal Legislative Council from 1902 to 1904. During the Russo-Japanese War he was an observer attached to the Japanese Army in Manchuria, and then lectured on fortifications at the School of Military Engineering. He was appointed the Assistant Adjutant General for the Royal Engineers in 1910, and then the Inspector of the Royal Engineers in 1913.
  • On his arrival in Calais, Jean-Luc found work in the area around the docks, working as a porter loading and unloading the ships, or serving in the bars and taverns in the vicinity. He even managed to pick up a smattering of English from the sailors and crew although, as he would later realise, he had acquired an eclectic vocabulary containing many words the meaning of which his mother would definitely not have approved.
  • Meanwhile, in one corner, Phoebe launched into an enthusiastic conversation with Liam. She gushed about the bash she had thrown last week at her flat in Maida Vale. The lovely, but strange Elspeth Williams had been therethe Elspeth Williams who was tipped for this years Turner Prize. Phoebe waxed lyrical about how Elspeth was working in the media of "found" crisp packets.
  • After leaving Paul, Derrick hurried home to tell his mother the great news that he was to work in the mine and earn five dollars a week, and to show her his mine clothes. He was greatly disappointed that instead of rejoicing over his brightening prospects she only gazed at him without speaking, until the tears filled her eyes and rolled down her pale cheeks.
  • ...Roman, that you have an enormous amount of experience in the field of telecommunications. Why would you want to work in our sports-hospitality oriented firm?
  • Before leaving, Mrs. Halford had an interview with Bill Tooley, who was now able to hobble about with the aid of a crutch. She said that if he would, under Derrick's direction, take care of Harry Mule, and see that all his wants were promptly supplied until he got well, she would pay him the same wages that he could earn by working in the breaker.
  • Brick and Hamp undertook the contract, and, by following Jerry's instructions, they completed the work in a very few minutes. Then they dragged a big log down the ravine and put it on the fire.
  • A Family of Ariranhas--Attacked by them--Three Nasty Rapids--Beautiful Sand Beaches--Exciting Experiences--Going down a Thundering Cataract--Alcides' Narrow Escape--A Night's work in the Midst of a Foaming Rapid in order to rescue the half-submerged Canoe--Filippe's Courage--Visited by a Snake 20 ft. long pp. 165-181
  • Poe, who worked in the immigration and citizenship department in the building across the streetonce the post office, now a collection of government departmentswas planning to write limericks for a living. It wasnt much of a plan, so he decided to produce a darling little book of limericks about cinnamon buns. He would, he figured, visit bakeries and farmers markets across the province, rating their buns in limericks. He would keep the limericks short enough for Twitter, and they would spread like kudzu and dandelions across the memeosphere. Hed had several other plans for his life, but this one seemed the best at the moment, and perhaps it was.
  • And this is the overall future direction of work in linguistics and nlp, including determiners.
  • Chequerd example of east anglian building is the guildhall, whose frontage is of checker work in limestone with flint.
  • That morning, Botzi got a strange letter, a map apparently showing where a great Inca treasure was located in South America. He went around to see his friends working in the neighbouring shops next door. They gathered outside in the street discussing it. However, Alby Monk, the money lender was excluded from the gathering. He however watched with curious interest, from inside his shop window, a scowl on his face. Fungus his accomplice stood beside him, also staring at the group.
  • According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, most software developers work for computer systems design and related services firms or software publishers. Others work in computer and electronic product manufacturing industries. They typically have a bachelors degree in computer science.
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  • Jerry and I were to stay in the smoke-house until it was time to begin work in behalf of Darius and Bill, while the captain and my father were to set out as soon as it was sufficiently dark to screen them from view of the curious ones.
  • "I didn't even know the carnival was open so early, but I suppose you townies have nothing better to do after school than go to carnivals." Brad teased with a smile. He knew Rick had wanted to live out of town, but both his parents worked in the local mills and could never afford to move into the country.
  • Gladys bit her tongue. Her cousin had a point, not that she'd admit it to her of course. working in a haberdashery store and avoiding social outings like the plague really did give her a skewed version of Sunny Bay.
  • It always works in newspaper articles but on this occasion 6 by south is solid and all that happens is you concede the overtrick.
  • His flat was the bottom floor of a three-storied, modernised terraced house. It was comfortable and spacious and had access to a small garden beyond the kitchen which Richard enjoyed working in during his free time. He lived alone, for although the flat was quite large, it was in a poor area and Richard could easily afford it on his own. Besides, he preferred to maintain his privacy, it suited his nature better. Inside it was furnished but not clustered. He was a tidy man of simple tastes and his choice of furniture reflected this. In the front room there were a few armchairs, a table with a few books on it, a television and a stereo. A few framed pictures hung on the wall. There was very little else, no ornaments or such like, he loathed the pointless bric-a-brac he found in other people's rooms, he found them unnecessary, over-ornate. The kitchen had the same air of ordered simplicity. His eating habits were conservative, preferring the typical unadorned food of his parents, simple vegetables served with unspiced meat. He opened the fridge and poured himself a glass of milk.
  • There will be the worst fight you ever saw. We shall have to begin by shooting these two, or pitching them overboard, if they don't happen to get their work in ahead of us, and then we shall have more than twenty savage islanders to keep off--if we can.
  • I've seen the Cathedral more times than I could begin to count. I worked in the open area between it and Jackson Square during the day, reading cards for tourists and locals alike. The ghost tours do a little spiel near the gates of the Square before heading down Pere Antoine Alley where it's said a ghostly funeral procession sometimes passes during intense storms.
  • "You usually focus your efforts on the empire's borders and beyond, so this will be a different type of task for you. I need you to investigate every soldier working in the Barracks."
  • Odourmes water is also involved in proceedings over odor nuisance from sewage treatment works in the london boro of hounslow.
  • Put to work in 1824 at a blacking factory, a humiliation that was to provide a mainspring for his subsequent ambition.
  • Well, Harding, you are to return to Last Chance, and give letters I will write to Landlord Larry, and I wish you to go to work in my service, and secret service it must be, for what you do must be underhand, no one knowing that you are doing else than carrying on your mining as before. I will give you a paper which will protect you, for Major Randall will endorse it officially, and you can use it in case of trouble, or necessity; not otherwise.
  • I am more likely to see you working in a chain-gang at Portsmouth, Wilkinson, when I come back, than I am to form part of a convict gang in Siberia--at any rate for being a Nihilist. I won't say about other things, for I suppose there is no saying what a fellow may come to. I don't suppose any of the men who get penal servitude for forgery, and swindling, and so on, ever have any idea, when they are sixteen, that that is what they are coming to. At present I don't feel any inclination that way.
  • Somehow it seemed as though the farm had grown richer without making the animals themselves any richer-except, of course, for the pigs and the dogs. Perhaps this was partly because there were so many pigs and so many dogs. It was not that these creatures did not work, after their fashion. There was, as Squealer was never tired of explaining, endless work in the supervision and organisation of the farm. Much of this work was of a kind that the other animals were too ignorant to understand. For example, Squealer told them that the pigs had to expend enormous labours every day upon mysterious things called "files," "reports," "minutes," and "memoranda." These were large sheets of paper which had to be closely covered with writing, and as soon as they were so covered, they were burnt in the furnace. This was of the highest importance for the welfare of the farm, Squealer said. But still, neither pigs nor dogs produced any food by their own labour; and there were very many of them, and their appetites were always good.
  • But he was having a spot of trouble; he didn't really like working in front of a large crowd, and now the mysterious and exotic Allura had moved right up onto the stage to watch him.
  • Over the years the society has performed virtually all the works in the standard choral repertoire.
  • "We make our beds every morning before breakfast and we all have jobs. I work in the kitchen and teach the five and six year olds. But I dont know what youll be doing. We have classes two times, sometimes three times a day."
  • Samuel didnt know what to do for the first time in his young life. His skills were off the charts but his social mind was still very raw and was a work in process. Max did little to help his sons mind freeze, as he continued to cut himself up in order to push Samuel to stop internalizing his feelings and simply react to what was in front of him.
  • Sespian knew from their files they were all competentthey had to be to work in the Imperial Barracksbut he needed more than competence. He needed someone unlikely to have developed an allegiance to Hollowcrest. A younger man seemed best, and it would be good to have peers his own age with whom to work. Sespian hoped he was not making his choice based on personal feelings instead of logic.
  • Sespian withdrew a folded paper from his pocket. He opened it and placed it on the table before his guest. Lakecrest leaned forward. It was Dunn's now-complete list of men working in Fort Urgot and the Imperial Barracks who were loyal to Hollowcrest. When Lakecrest's frown gave way to a slack-jawed gape, Sespian felt a thrum of satisfaction in his breast.
  • Of those of the enemy who had accomplished this piece of work so skilfully we could see no sign--unless it were a boat that we dimly saw a long way off on the lake, and that presently wholly disappeared in a bank of haze; and despite the hot sunshine basking upon us a chill went through me at thought of the stealthy daring and truly devilish cunning of the men who thus could do their evil work in the full light of day, and close to the encampment of an army, and yet could get safely away without leaving a trace of their presence save the dead bodies of their foes.
  • There are five research projects included, revealing that some continuing work in educational gerontology is underway in my home country.
  • I think I know the reason of that,"" volunteered Hamilton. ""I heard some census men talking about it, and one of them had spent a long time in Italy. He said that while it was true plenty of the peasants worked in the fields, they usually lived together in villages and went to the fields in the morning."
  • As the two pirates stepped into the circle of tents being raised, Sanych, Geret, Meena and all the servants and guards in the area turned to get their first look at them. The Counts were, as usual, eating their supper while they worked in their tents, and Salvor had wandered off, apparently not interested in hearing the piratestale a second time.
  • Two days later a rebel carrier brought news from Pat. She had a job, not, unfortunately for her tastes, with the theatre. She was working in a dress shop, but enough gossip passed through every day to make the long hours more than worth her while.
  • You will work in a fast paced, lively, highly sociable environment where outstanding results are highly rewarded.
  • The British administration, which began with Sir Robert Farquhar as Governor, was followed by rapid social and economic changes. Slavery was abolished in 1835. The planters received two million pounds sterling in compensation for the loss of their slaves who had been imported from Africa and Madagascar during the French occupation. The abolition of slavery had important repercussions on the socio-economic and demographic fields. The planters brought large number of indentured labourers from India to work in the sugar cane fields. Between 1834 and 1921, around half a million indentured labourers were present on the island. They worked on sugar estates, factories, in transport and construction sites. Additionally, the British brought 8,740 Indian soldiers to the islands.
  • "But as a scientist who worked in Gallo's lab once put it, quote, Gallo was known for this sort of unscrupulous behavior years before the AIDS virus ever came along, unquote. Perhaps the Japanese never pressed the issue because it turns out that this HTLV virus, pronounced by Gallo to be the cause of leukemia, is currently estimated to cause cancer in humans only once in every 2000 years. But thanks to the silence of the Japanese, Robert Gallo finally had a virus he could call his own, and if it didn't cause leukemia, he simply had to find a disease it did cause and he'd be famous."
  • Before digging into the ice, the captain had to obtain borings, to insure working in the best direction. Long bores were driven into the side walls; but after fifteen meters, the instruments were still impeded by the thickness of those walls. It was futile to attack the ceiling since that surface was the Ice Bank itself, more than 400 meters high. Captain Nemo then bored into the lower surface. There we were separated from the sea by a tenmeter barrier. That's how thick the iceberg was. From this point on, it was an issue of cutting out a piece equal in surface area to the Nautilus's waterline. This meant detaching about 6,500 cubic meters, to dig a hole through which the ship could descend below this tract of ice.
  • 'But be sure to be thankful every day for your privilege. . . . It will be good to think of you all, with the glorious mountains about you, and Christ's own work in your hands. . . . Ah! how we would like to choose our work, and the place in which to do it!'
  • Well-heeled residents from their fine portuguese colonial-style mansions to work in the centro district below.
  • During this fortnight that followed Beaver Tooth's exploit on the dam Baree ate his meals a mile up the creek, where there were plenty of crayfish. But the pond was home. Night always found him there, and a large part of his day. He slept at the end of the dam, or on top of it on particularly clear nights, and the beavers accepted him as a permanent guest. They worked in his presence as if he did not exist.
  • Like all people with a dastardly nature, they could on no account speak the truth--even when it would have been to their advantage. They could never look you straight in the face. Hence, full of distrust for everybody, all the responsibility of every kind of work in connection with the expedition fell upon me. I not only had to do my own scientific work, but had to supervise in its minutest detail all the work done by them, and all the time. It was indeed like travelling with a band of mischievous demented people. The mental strain was considerable for me.
  • The men were all at work in the olive groves, but some of the women were in the huts and old Bella listened to Arthur's frantic questions with blank amazement, as did the others who hastily congregated.
  • I recall my uncle, sonny wainwright, was employed there as a watchman and my dear old gran wainwright worked in the canteen.
  • Tomorrow Flatfoot would come out and find the fellow and kill him, but now he had pleasanter work in view, nor did he wish to be disturbed.
  • "Poor little Hans was very anxious to go and work in his garden, for his flowers had not been watered for two days, but he did not like to refuse the Miller, as he was such a good friend to him.
  • "Treason and Murder ever kept together as two yoked devils sworn to eithers purpose, working in causes unnatural, so that Surprise did not exclaim at them. But thougainst all proportion didst bring on wonder by waiting on Treason and on Murder!
  • "Me?" He looked at me for a second, caught between ego and the needs of honesty. "No, not I, certainly not. Such a barrier requires too much power. Not my specialty either. And myself as the most powerful in Roosing Oolvaya? At times, perhaps. Currently, perhaps not." He stopped suddenly, staring out the milky surface of the river-beast bladder that covered the solarium dome. "Such a barrier is employed by a sorcerer against other sorcerers. It is a sign that says, ‘Beware! Enter this area at your own risk! Secret work in progress!’"
  • Again congratulating the minister on an extraordinary piece of work in such a short time.
  • You will be working in a modern weather office, using the very latest hi-tech meteorological data feeds.
  • Now, Mikail, you must take this from me; it is not a present to you, but to your brave wife. When you get out you will want to do your share towards making the house she has got for you comfortable. Till you get your free ticket you will still be working in the mines like the others; and though you will get the same pay as free labourers then, it will be some time before you can lay much by. When your term is over you will want to take up a piece of land and farm, and you must have money for this until your crops grow.
  • Our work in microbial genomics is aimed at understanding genome organization and evolution.
  • We all said the duke was pretty smart, and there couldn't be no trouble about running daytimes. We judged we could make miles enough that night to get out of the reach of the powwow we reckoned the duke's work in the printing office was going to make in that little town; then we could boom right along if we wanted to.
  • But of all the work in the Survey, suggested Roger, thinking of the apparent inaccessibility of the Canyon as he had seen it, "I should think this Grand Canyon work the most difficult and dangerous of all."
  • The ravine was ragged and torn, its bottom bare to the rocks and its sides gashed by countless holes. A number of Chinamen and Indians were working in it, scraping about and filling pans and wicker baskets with loose dirt, which they washed in the stream trickling through. But there were no white men.
  • It will feature calligraphy, painting, sculpture, photography and ceramics by some of the best artists working in japan today.
  • It had sounded like murmuring thunder in their ears the greater part of that day, and as they approached it the voice of its roar became so deafening that they were prepared for something unusually grand, but not for the stupendous sight and sound that burst upon them when, on turning round the base of a towering precipice, they came suddenly in full view of one of the most wonderful of the Creator's works in that land.
  • As father and I were working in the barn, I said to him: "Father, I think the time has come when I ought to go to the war. You promised that I might enlist in the spring. But I'd a good deal rather go with this man Rogers and do some fighting than sit round doing nothing and die of camp disease as the rest of the army have been doing."
  • I was 28 years old and living in New York when mylife earthquake' occurred. I was working in Midtown Manhattan for a well-known publisher and was experiencing some success in my career despite yearning to venture out on my own. I had read so many books that it left me feeling empty and wondering if I could put words and stories together to fill that void.
  • Those working in school based provision and providers in mainly monolingual areas find eal a particular challenge.
  • Most of the requests were made by one trader who worked in Tokyo from 2006 to 2009, and who also contacted employees at other banks and brokers trying to influence their Libor submissions. Finma didnt find any indication of the top management of UBS at the time being aware of the tradersmisconduct, it said.
  • Almost a third of the members of the female force work in Kabul, performing duties such as conducting security checks on women at the airport and checking biometric data.
  • All inspections are carried out by professionally qualified archivists with experience of working in a record office.
  • I listened to the playful sarcasm and realized that I had used the only two bath towels last night. A hand towel would never work in his case. Its barely big enough for his hand. I couldnt suppress my laughter anymore. I extracted my head and tried to look innocent.
  • Analysislonie lorne is a scientist at the noc working in dna analyzes.
  • Every camp needs support -- people to cook food, wash clothes, and provide sex. Because the Russians detested the Sacker of Kiev, only the most desperate or those who supported the Empire worked in the Mongol camp. Or so Billy told himself.
  • DURING SOME OF THIS TIME, I worked in a call center. It was the kind of place you see on television - all pink cubicles and windowless walls. I worked the night shift, taking roadside assistance calls. It was the only job the temp agency could find for me.
  • Meanwhile, Pencroft and Neb were working in the poultryyard, whilst Harding and the reporter were occupied at the Chimneys in making soda, the store of soap being exhausted.
  • "And so the brave fellow and I stripped off our coats, and set to work in earnest. My dear Mary here, who had been brought up a delicate lady, but could suit herself gracefully to every situation, helped us all she could, cheering us every now and then with an allusion to Cairo, and our farm under the water. It has always a comforting effect, to persons in situations of difficulty to reflect that they might still be worse off, and such reflections will often prop up the drooping spirits, and lead to success in conquering the difficulty. `Never give up' is a good old motto, and God will help them who show perseverance and energy.
  • "Ive met him, too," Karlini said reluctantly. "Hes a technologist on call to the gods. Hes got a nasty attitude. He thinks everything weve been doing should have been shut down, especially the work in the lab. If hes satisfied that the labs been defanged Id think thats pretty solid assurance."
  • They started in the early hours of the morning before the heat got too bad. They slept for a few hours at noon, then started again mid-afternoon. She was so hungry that she was dizzy. The next corpse was on the fifteenth storey of a block of revolutionary-era flats. No lift in the city had worked in more than a year. They climbed and rested, climbed and rested. There was no question of going straight up. She was too weak to consider it for a second.
  • Mr wardlaw worked in a foundry for eight years and was exposed to silica dust and contracted pneumoconiosis.
  • Having satisfied their curiosity, and learned from an obliging miner the method of washing the gold, our adventurers returned to Jeffson's store, and there spent the night in discussing their plan of procedure. It was decided, first of all, that they should stick together and work in company.
  • They forthwith set to work in grim earnest, labouring for their lives. The casks were rolled out of the store, and holes were scooped in the sand for their reception. To bury them was not a long job. They took care, however, to set aside some provisions and water for their use while in hiding. Next came the job of burying their simple utensils, such as they were, and also the shell of the turtle. Then there was the gruesome task of digging up the body of poor Evans. It had to be done, and the sooner the better, as Roger said; so all three went to the unpleasant duty. The mound of sand was removed, the tilling taken out, and they presently came upon the body. The sand was brushed from the hair and clothing of the corpse, and it was then carried to the hut, placed in its previous position, and covered with the blanket in which it had been buried.
  • Without the captain there to enforce discipline, the skeleton crew ate the petrels' rations, then, in an admission of hopelessness, the petrels themselves; they were left drifting on the foggy currents, knowing now that even if they spied the fish they would have no means of pursuing her. Still, the topmast was manned, for the mind works in strange ways and, even though all rational hope is gone, some irrational spark may remain.
  • Tomorrow was work in progress, giving people a sense of what we were trying to do in the six-month presidency.
  • Farmers stopped their work in the fields and looked out towards the road, shielding their eyes. As the blot crawled closer, they realized that it wasnt the suns rare shadow but a small army. Columns of men weighed down in their armor. Each of them carried pain and fear that was crafted into weapons: the steely mace, the longbladed pikes, the brilliant swords. Each soldier walked with confidence, letting their weapons be frightened for them.
  • The mill was working in 1904, as a boiler exploded and badly scalded three men.
  • "Try it now," she said, standing up and stretching her back muscles. The Ford was high enough to tax her back. She needed a footstool to be able to work in the engine compartment without climbing up on the bumper and hanging over the side of the radiator like a sack lying over a fence.
  • One day, while hard at work in a law office, my boss said I should write a book about all the crazy people we have to deal with. Working on my Acceptance trilogy at the time, I had vampires on the brain, and I thought, "Wouldn't it be funny to have a sitcom where the lawyers are literally bloodsuckers?"
  • Though the rest of the crew ill-treated Mark and me, and Tom also when they had the chance, the captain and officers tyrannised over them in the most brutal fashion. It was no unusual occurrence for the first mate to heave a handspike at one of the men when he did not go about his work in a way to please him, and both captain and mates swore at the men on all occasions in the most fearful way.
  • "But as a scientist who worked in Gallo's lab once put it, quote: ‘Gallo was known for this sort of unscrupulous behavior years before the AIDS virus ever came along.’ Perhaps the Japanese never pressed the issue because it turns out that this HTLV virus, pronounced by Gallo to be the cause of leukemia, is currently estimated to cause cancer in humans only once in every 2000 years. But thanks to the silence of the Japanese, Robert Gallo finally had a virus he could call his own, and if it didn't cause leukemia, he simply had to find a disease it did cause and he'd be famous."
  • Would you like to paint a dinosaur?"" he asked a girl whose mother had brought her to the mall to see the work in progress. He handed her a brush and she added color to the leg of one of creatures."
  • A few more minutes went by and Henry was trying to let the conversation come to him, because forcing the action never worked in a conversation with Stewart unless you had both a vagina and a picture in a compromising condition.
  • The two secretaries in our division often baffled me. Both middle-aged, stocky, and ordinary, they did the most thankless work in the office. They also knew everything that was happening, and to whom, seemingly before it had a chance to happen. While Caroline embraced her tasks and her colleagues with a smile, Jean never undertook anything without a grimace, and she cozied up to no one except the higher-ups.
  • But the English will not hang you. You and your mates will be treated as prisoners of war, Darrin assured him. "You will be well fed. You will have some amusements. When spring comes you will have gardens to work in and the flowers or vegetables that you raise will belong to you. It is a stupid lie to tell you that the English hang you all. You will soon be on shore, and in an English prison camp, and then you will know that you have been lied to. You will enjoy finding yourself on shore, for you were not often allowed to go ashore when you got back from these trips to take on your next mine cargo at--"
  • So, while the CACHALOT could have fearlessly challenged comparison with any ship afloat for cleanliness and neatness of appearance, the hands no longer felt that they were continually being "worked up" or "hazed" for the sole, diabolical satisfaction of keeping them "at it." Of course, the incidence of the work was divided, since so many of the crew were quite unable to do any sailorizing, as we term work in sails and rigging. Upon them, then, fell all the common labour, which can be done by any unskilled man or woman afloat or ashore.
  • Nonesense! Nothing of the kind! How could there be any danger, any cause for alarm? It was unreal, whatever lay under that first passageway had always been there and it had never done him any harm. The thing to do was to ignore it, let it be, leave well alone and get on with the work in hand.
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