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1  So, after all, there was a crack in the fine structure of Jurgis' faith in things as they are.
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair
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2  Instead there was one of Jadvyga's little sisters, who gazed at him through a crack in the door.
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3  There was a row of brick furnaces, shining white through every crack with the molten steel inside.
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4  Tommy Finnegan was a little Irishman, with big staring eyes and a wild aspect, a "hoister" by trade, and badly cracked.
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5  The fellow was a stranger in Chicago, and if he was found some night with his head cracked there would be no one to care very much.
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6  The thing to do is to crack every fighting head that you see, before there are so many fighting heads that you cannot crack any of them.
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7  This called for punishment, of course; and the police proceeded to administer it by leaping from the truck and cracking at every head they saw.
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8  Over them, relentless and savage, there cracked the lash of want; the morning after the wedding it sought them as they slept, and drove them out before daybreak to work.
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9  They could feel the cold as it crept in through the cracks, reaching out for them with its icy, death-dealing fingers; and they would crouch and cower, and try to hide from it, all in vain.
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10  There is but scant account kept of cracked heads in back of the yards, for men who have to crack the heads of animals all day seem to get into the habit, and to practice on their friends, and even on their families, between times.
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11  There is but scant account kept of cracked heads in back of the yards, for men who have to crack the heads of animals all day seem to get into the habit, and to practice on their friends, and even on their families, between times.
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