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1  He resembled a man on the verge of a fit.
The Sea-Wolf By Jack London
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2  You are well-rounded, a blue-stocking fit to be the wife of a pirate chief.
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3  Now and again I fitfully slept, but the pain of the cold always aroused me.
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4  I did my own work, and my own work only, and when and in what fashion I saw fit.
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5  Under ordinary circumstances, after all that I had undergone, I should have been fit for bed and a trained nurse.
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6  But I had preferred to use my head rather than my body; and here I was, in no fit condition for the rough life in prospect.
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7  The wind was fair but fitful, and it was like looking for a needle in a haystack to raise that tiny boat out of the blue immensity.
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8  An endless creaking was going on all about me, the woodwork and the fittings groaning and squeaking and complaining in a thousand keys.
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9  Straight toward the square hole of the step the square butt descended; but as it descended it slowly twisted so that square would not fit into square.
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10  It was a dark and evil-appearing thing, that hut, not fit for aught better than swine in a civilized land; but for us, who had known the misery of the open boat, it was a snug little habitation.
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11  Concerning his own rages, I am convinced that they are not real, that they are sometimes experiments, but that in the main they are the habits of a pose or attitude he has seen fit to take toward his fellow-men.
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12  Of course, two days' work was required for the accomplishment of this part of my task, and it was not till the morning of the third day that I swung the foremast from the deck and proceeded to square its butt to fit the step.
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13  I had time to notice that the pockets of the dead man had been emptied on the deck, and that his body and his grin had been wrapped from view in canvas, the folds of which the sailor, Johansen, was sewing together with coarse white twine, shoving the needle through with a leather contrivance fitted on the palm of his hand.
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