1 Little Ona is too excited to eat.
2 I haf had no time to eat my dinner.
3 She won't eat anything, and she cries all the time.
4 It was better, he said, that he should not eat, it was a saving.
5 You are like all the rest," she said; "they trick you and eat you alive.
6 I walked home all the way, and I've not a cent, and had nothing to eat since this morning.
7 He paid good board, and was yet obliged to live in a family where nobody had enough to eat.
8 Elzbieta was horrified, for she did not believe that the food out of the dumps was fit to eat.
9 In another corner crouched poor little Juozapas, wailing because he had had nothing to eat all day.
10 As there were hot things to eat in this saloon too, he might get home late to his supper, or he might not get home at all.
11 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.
12 They would start work every morning at seven, and eat their dinners at noon, and then work until ten or eleven at night without another mouthful of food.
13 He had not eaten since morning, and he felt weak and ill; with a sudden throb of hope he recollected he was only a few blocks from the saloon where he had been wont to eat his dinner.
14 Jurgis had either to eat his dinner amid the stench in which he had worked, or else to rush, as did all his companions, to any one of the hundreds of liquor stores which stretched out their arms to him.
15 The end of it was that the young lady sent them a basket of things to eat, and left a letter that Jurgis was to take to a gentleman who was superintendent in one of the mills of the great steelworks in South Chicago.
16 Sometimes visitors from the packing houses would wander out to see this "dump," and they would stand by and debate as to whether the children were eating the food they got, or merely collecting it for the chickens at home.
17 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.
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