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1  At last he could stand it no longer, and when the train stopped again he crawled out.
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair
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2  The rest had crawled into the closet where they slept, but the baby was to have a bath, the workingman explained.
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3  The outside ones would be shivering and sobbing, crawling over the others and trying to get down into the center, and causing a fight.
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4  When they got home they were always too tired either to eat or to undress; they would crawl into bed with their shoes on, and lie like logs.
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5  The poor mother was not the same for months after that; the mere sight of the floor where little Kristoforas had crawled about would make her weep.
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6  All day long he would crawl around the floor in a filthy little dress, whining and fretting; because the floor was full of drafts he was always catching cold, and snuffling because his nose ran.
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7  At night they would sit huddled round this stove, while they ate their supper off their laps; and then Jurgis and Jonas would smoke a pipe, after which they would all crawl into their beds to get warm, after putting out the fire to save the coal.
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8  And there they would eat what they had to eat, and afterward, because there was only their misery to talk of, they would crawl into bed and fall into a stupor and never stir until it was time to get up again, and dress by candlelight, and go back to the machines.
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair
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