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1  An icicle must have got into the works.
A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens
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2  The mother laid her work upon the table, and put her hand up to her face.
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3  They drew about the fire, and talked; the girls and mother working still.
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4  I went forth last night on compulsion, and I learnt a lesson which is working now.
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5  He looked at the work upon the table, and praised the industry and speed of Mrs. Cratchit and the girls.
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6  But he was very light to carry," she resumed, intent upon her work, "and his father loved him so, that it was no trouble: no trouble.
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7  Martha, who was a poor apprentice at a milliner's, then told them what kind of work she had to do, and how many hours she worked at a stretch, and how she meant to lie abed to-morrow morning for a good long rest; to-morrow being a holiday she passed at home.
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8  Martha, who was a poor apprentice at a milliner's, then told them what kind of work she had to do, and how many hours she worked at a stretch, and how she meant to lie abed to-morrow morning for a good long rest; to-morrow being a holiday she passed at home.
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9  She was expecting some one, and with anxious eagerness; for she walked up and down the room; started at every sound; looked out from the window; glanced at the clock; tried, but in vain, to work with her needle; and could hardly bear the voices of her children in their play.
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