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1  It was stupefying, brutalizing work; it left her no time to think, no strength for anything.
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair
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2  She was sick and miserable, and often she would barely have strength enough to drag herself home.
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3  So he tramped on until exercise and fresh air banished his headache, and his strength and joy returned.
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4  It was only at the age of twenty that it had occurred to Marija to try her strength, when she had risen up and nearly murdered the man, and then come away.
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5  Of course the doors could never be closed, and so the cars were as cold as outdoors; Jurgis, like many others, found it better to spend his fare for a drink and a free lunch, to give him strength to walk.
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6  The City Council had passed a quiet and innocent little bill allowing a company to construct telephone conduits under the city streets; and upon the strength of this, a great corporation had proceeded to tunnel all Chicago with a system of railway freight-subways.
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7  Last Christmas Eve and all Christmas Day Jurgis had toiled on the killing beds, and Ona at wrapping hams, and still they had found strength enough to take the children for a walk upon the avenue, to see the store windows all decorated with Christmas trees and ablaze with electric lights.
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