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1  There were many such dangers, in which the odds were all against them.
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair
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2  He is a beef-boner, and that is a dangerous trade, especially when you are on piecework and trying to earn a bride.
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3  Some of these were bulging dangerously, yet men worked before them, wearing blue glasses when they opened and shut the doors.
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4  He never asked where he was nor where he was going; the country was big enough, he knew, and there was no danger of his coming to the end of it.
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5  He would have left Chicago, only by the time he had realized his danger he was almost penniless; and it would be better to go to jail than to be caught out in the country in the winter time.
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6  Any one who was considered to be dangerous by them would find that he was not a favorite with his boss; and Marija had been a great hand for going after the foreign people and preaching to them.
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7  Marija came home, and because she was a person who could not rest without danger of explosion, they first had a great house cleaning, and then she set out to search Packingtown for a job to fill up the gap.
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8  Now that the winter was by, and there was no more danger of snow, and no more coal to buy, and another room warm enough to put the children into when they cried, and enough money to get along from week to week with, Jurgis was less terrible than he had been.
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