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1  All the morning he stayed there, with no thought of his work.
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2  After the elections Jurgis stayed on in Packingtown and kept his job.
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3  Jurgis was determined that Teta Elzbieta should stay at home to keep house, and that Ona should help her.
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4  Here he stayed, breakfastless, for two hours, until the throng was driven away by the clubs of the police.
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5  Whatever Antanas might suffer where he was, he could suffer no more than he would have had he stayed upon earth.
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6  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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7  One morning Ona stayed home, and Jurgis had the man-doctor, according to his whim, and she was safely delivered of a fine baby.
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8  In such a place Ona would not have stayed a day, but for starvation; and, as it was, she was never sure that she could stay the next day.
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9  In such a place Ona would not have stayed a day, but for starvation; and, as it was, she was never sure that she could stay the next day.
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10  No, she had not heard how they were, but she could tell him that they had gone back to Aniele Jukniene, with whom they had stayed when they first came to the yards.
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11  Jurgis and the fourth stayed long enough to give themselves the satisfaction of a quick exchange of blows, and then they, too, took to their heels and fled back of the hotel and into the yards again.
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12  Marija made up her mind that, come what might, she would stay there and keep her place; but as nearly all did the same, all through the long, cold night, she got very little closer to the bank for that.
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13  Jurgis would find out these things for himself, if he stayed there long enough; it was the men who had to do all the dirty jobs, and so there was no deceiving them; and they caught the spirit of the place, and did like all the rest.
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14  One time Jurgis got into a game on a Saturday night and won prodigiously, and because he was a man of spirit he stayed in with the rest and the game continued until late Sunday afternoon, and by that time he was "out" over twenty dollars.
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15  At the end of this hog's progress every inch of the carcass had been gone over several times; and then it was rolled into the chilling room, where it stayed for twenty-four hours, and where a stranger might lose himself in a forest of freezing hogs.
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16  They took him to a room where other prisoners were waiting and here he stayed until court adjourned, when he had another long and bitterly cold ride in a patrol wagon to the county jail, which is on the north side of the city, and nine or ten miles from the stockyards.
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17  This was more cruel yet for Ona, who ought to have stayed home and nursed him, the doctor said, for her own health as well as the baby's; but Ona had to go to work, and leave him for Teta Elzbieta to feed upon the pale blue poison that was called milk at the corner grocery.
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