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1  They never sell the houses without interest.
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2  And he was interested in the house because it was to be Ona's home.
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3  This was very curious, for Jurgis had never been interested in babies before.
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4  Yes, he told them, when he came, it was quite true that they would have to pay interest.
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5  She lost all interest in the union, and cursed herself for a fool that she had ever been dragged into one.
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6  After this talk the man made inquiries concerning Jurgis, and a couple of days later he came to him with an interesting proposition.
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7  The two rival sets of grafters hired halls and set off fireworks and made speeches, to try to get the people interested in the matter.
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8  The millionaire suggested that Adams bring Jurgis along, and then start up the subject of "pure food," in which the editor was interested.
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9  Deducting from this the rent, interest, and installments on the furniture, they had left sixty dollars, and deducting the coal, they had fifty.
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10  He had not told them, simply because he had supposed they would understand that they had to pay interest upon their debt, as a matter of course.
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11  He had lost his house but then the awful load of the rent and interest was off his shoulders, and when Marija was well again they could start over and save.
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12  Presumably sausages were once chopped and stuffed by hand, and if so it would be interesting to know how many workers had been displaced by these inventions.
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13  The sausage-room was an interesting place to visit, for two or three minutes, and provided that you did not look at the people; the machines were perhaps the most wonderful things in the entire plant.
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14  Since his life had been caught up into the current of this great stream, things which had before been the whole of life to him came to seem of relatively slight importance; his interests were elsewhere, in the world of ideas.
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15  All that interested her in regard to this new frenzy which had seized hold of her son-in-law was whether or not it had a tendency to make him sober and industrious; and when she found he intended to look for work and to contribute his share to the family fund, she gave him full rein to convince her of anything.
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