1 Because I don't like work, Quashy shall work.
2 He thought how he should work to buy his wife and boys.
3 You needn't be so frightened; I don't mean to make you work very hard.
4 I never had a kind word spoken to me till I came to work in your factory.
5 "Well, it might be a real missionary work," said she, looking rather more favorably on the child.
6 Topsy did not become at once a saint; but the life and death of Eva did work a marked change in her.
7 "I'll manage that ar; they 's young in the business, and must spect to work cheap," said Marks, as he continued to read.'
8 She might have been sixty, but was older than that by hard work and disease, was partially blind, and somewhat crippled with rheumatism.
9 I thought I could do my work well, and keep on quiet, and have some time to read and learn out of work hours; but the more he sees I can do, the more he loads on.
10 I remember father had a man that was so lazy he would run away just to get rid of work, and lie round in the swamps, stealing and doing all sorts of horrid things.
11 This young man had been hired out by his master to work in a bagging factory, where his adroitness and ingenuity caused him to be considered the first hand in the place.
12 He felt the muscles of his brawny arms with a sort of joy, as he thought they would soon belong to himself, and how much they could do to work out the freedom of his family.
13 We undertook to work the plantation together; and Alfred, whose outward life and capabilities had double the strength of mine, became an enthusiastic planter, and a wonderfully successful one.
14 And so much did his prayer always work on the devotional feelings of his audiences, that there seemed often a danger that it would be lost altogether in the abundance of the responses which broke out everywhere around him.
15 Keep a negro under the care of a master, and he does well enough, and is respectable; but set them free, and they get lazy, and won't work, and take to drinking, and go all down to be mean, worthless fellows, I've seen it tried, hundreds of times.
16 She sewed and stitched away, from daylight till dark, with the energy of one who is pressed on by some immediate urgency; and then, when the light faded, and the work was folded away, with one turn out came the ever-ready knitting-work, and there she was again, going on as briskly as ever.
17 It was evident, from the expression of his face, that there was no hope; but he applied himself to dressing the wound, and he and Miss Ophelia and Tom proceeded composedly with this work, amid the lamentations and sobs and cries of the affrighted servants, who had clustered about the doors and windows of the verandah.
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