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1  By and by he found a comfortable spot, and there he devoured his meal, slaking his thirst at the stream.
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair
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2  The children woke up and found out that something was wrong, and they wailed and would not be comforted.
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3  Also he could find a comfortable seat by a fire, and could chat with a companion until he was as warm as toast.
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4  Here there was not room by the fire, and through the winter the kitchen had seldom been warm enough for comfort.
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5  They could save money again, and when another winter came they would have a comfortable place; and the children would be off the streets and in school again, and they might set to work to nurse back into life their habits of decency and kindness.
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6  Many of these professional mendicants had comfortable homes, and families, and thousands of dollars in the bank; some of them had retired upon their earnings, and gone into the business of fitting out and doctoring others, or working children at the trade.
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7  The resemblance was not complete, of course, for Jurgis was generously paid and comfortably clad, and was provided with a spring cot and a mattress and three substantial meals a day; also he was perfectly at ease, and safe from all peril of life and limb, save only in the case that a desire for beer should lead him to venture outside of the stockyards gates.
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