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1  It was inexhaustible; one stared, waiting to see it stop, but still the great streams rolled out.
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2  Now the fat policeman wakens definitely, and feels of his club to see that it is ready for business.
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3  So she watched them every hour of the day, and had learned to see like an owl at night to watch them then.
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4  Meantime Jokubas had been to see his friend the policeman, and received encouragement, so it was a happy party.
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5  But Ponas Jokubas whispered maliciously that the visitors did not see any more than the packers wanted them to.
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6  The men grasp the women very tightly, but there will be half an hour together when neither will see the other's face.
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7  Later that afternoon he and Ona went out to take a walk and look about them, to see more of this district which was to be their home.
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8  The thing to do is to crack every fighting head that you see, before there are so many fighting heads that you cannot crack any of them.
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9  He had dressed hogs himself in the forest of Lithuania; but he had never expected to live to see one hog dressed by several hundred men.
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10  One might go down to this floor and see the pickling rooms, where the hams were put into vats, and the great smoke rooms, with their airtight iron doors.
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11  The guests are expected to pay for this entertainment; if they be proper guests, they will see that there is a neat sum left over for the bride and bridegroom to start life upon.
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12  Before the feast has been five minutes under way, Tamoszius Kuszleika has risen in his excitement; a minute or two more and you see that he is beginning to edge over toward the tables.
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13  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.
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14  Jonas had been to have an interview with the special policeman to whom Szedvilas had introduced him, and had been taken to see several of the bosses, with the result that one had promised him a job the beginning of the next week.
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15  One never saw the fields, nor any green thing whatever, in Packingtown; but one could go out on the road and "hobo it," as the men phrased it, and see the country, and have a long rest, and an easy time riding on the freight cars.
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16  All day long the children of Aniele were raking in the dump for food for these chickens; and sometimes, when the competition there was too fierce, you might see them on Halsted Street walking close to the gutters, and with their mother following to see that no one robbed them of their finds.
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17  And then the visitors were taken to the other parts of the building, to see what became of each particle of the waste material that had vanished through the floor; and to the pickling rooms, and the salting rooms, the canning rooms, and the packing rooms, where choice meat was prepared for shipping in refrigerator cars, destined to be eaten in all the four corners of civilization.
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