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1  So amid deafening uproar it clattered to and fro, growing thinner and flatter and longer.
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2  It does not, and finally he will wait no longer, but comes up to Ona, who turns white and trembles.
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3  The hands of these men would be criss-crossed with cuts, until you could no longer pretend to count them or to trace them.
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4  It is very solemn, for Antanas Rudkus has become possessed of the idea that he has not much longer to stay with his children.
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5  Jurgis was required to stay in the bath longer than any one, in the vain hope of getting out of him a few of his phosphates and acids.
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6  One of the consequences of all these things was that Jurgis was no longer perplexed when he heard men talk of fighting for their rights.
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7  Just how things happened after that Marija was not sure, but that afternoon the forelady told her that her services would not be any longer required.
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8  In the end, when the silence and suspense were no longer to be borne, he got up and hammered on the door; and the proprietor came, yawning and rubbing his eyes.
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9  At the end of that time, however, he could contain himself no longer, and began trying to walk a little every day, laboring to persuade himself that he was better.
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10  So spoke Aniele, scornfully, and when he started toward the fire she added the information that her kitchen was no longer for him to fill with his phosphate stinks.
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11  He was no longer the finest-looking man in the throng, and the bosses no longer made for him; he was thin and haggard, and his clothes were seedy, and he looked miserable.
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12  To Aniele's house, in back of the yards, was a good two miles; the distance had never seemed longer to Jurgis, and when he saw the familiar dingy-gray shanty his heart was beating fast.
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13  After that it would be all right, said Ona, it was no strain sitting still sewing hams all day; and if she waited longer she might find that her dreadful forelady had put some one else in her place.
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14  She broke into a run, shouting to the people to ask what was the matter, but not stopping to hear what they answered, till she had come to where the throng was so dense that she could no longer advance.
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15  After that he no longer made love to her with his fiddle, but they would sit for hours in the kitchen, blissfully happy in each other's arms; it was the tacit convention of the family to know nothing of what was going on in that corner.
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16  During the early part of the winter the family had had money enough to live and a little over to pay their debts with; but when the earnings of Jurgis fell from nine or ten dollars a week to five or six, there was no longer anything to spare.
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17  Then, tumbled out of the cars without ceremony, they were no better off than before; they stood staring down the vista of Dearborn Street, with its big black buildings towering in the distance, unable to realize that they had arrived, and why, when they said "Chicago," people no longer pointed in some direction, but instead looked perplexed, or laughed, or went on without paying any attention.
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