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1  "Just crazy drunk," said the other.
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair
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2  But a big man cannot stay drunk very long on three dollars.
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3  And Marija is just fighting drunk when there come to her ears the facts about the villains who have not paid that night.
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4  The prisoner had come into his saloon after midnight, fighting drunk, and had ordered a glass of beer and tendered a dollar bill in payment.
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5  They would have been married in the beginning, only Mikolas has a father who is drunk all day, and he is the only other man in a large family.
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6  Jurgis has drunk a great deal, as any one naturally would on an occasion when it all has to be paid for, whether it is drunk or not; but he is a very steady man, and does not easily lose his temper.
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7  Then he had another ride in the patrol wagon, along with the drunken wife-beater and the maniac, several "plain drunks" and "saloon fighters," a burglar, and two men who had been arrested for stealing meat from the packing houses.
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8  It was so evidently a wicked thing to spend one's pennies for drink, when the working class was wandering in darkness, and waiting to be delivered; the price of a glass of beer would buy fifty copies of a leaflet, and one could hand these out to the unregenerate, and then get drunk upon the thought of the good that was being accomplished.
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