1 His stronger nature seems to have worked inwardly against himself.
2 He crumbled the wafer up fine and worked it into the mass between his hands.
3 Men are beyond fear, working stolidly and patiently, with minds made up to worst.
4 He will be in Exeter, miles away, probably working at papers of the law with my other friend, Peter Hawkins.
5 It is well we have no sceptic here, or he would say that you were working some spell to keep out an evil spirit.
6 You must not be angry with me, Art, because his very reticence means that all his brains are working for her good.
7 With this one, all the forces of nature that are occult and deep and strong must have worked together in some wondrous way.
8 The officers in charge of it got it into working order, and in the pauses of the inrushing mist swept with it the surface of the sea.
9 Not knowing what to trust, I did not know what to do; and so had only to keep on working in what had hitherto been the groove of my life.
10 It was as if the blood, no longer needed for the working of the heart, had gone to make the harshness of death as little rude as might be.
11 The opiate worked itself off towards dusk, and she waked naturally; she looked a different being from what she had been before the operation.
12 Instead of working wickedness by night and growing more debased in the assimilating of it by day, she shall take her place with the other Angels.
13 The men working the searchlight, after scouring the entrance of the harbour without seeing anything, then turned the light on the derelict and kept it there.
14 Taking from his box a piece of the Sacred Wafer he laid it reverently on the earth, and then shutting down the lid began to screw it home, we aiding him as he worked.
15 It interested me, even at that moment, to see, that, whilst the face of white set passion worked convulsively over the bowed head, the hands tenderly and lovingly stroked the ruffled hair.
16 It was late when I got through, but Dr. Seward went about his work of going his round of the patients; when he had finished he came back and sat near me, reading, so that I did not feel too lonely whilst I worked.
17 The poor fellow may have been seated at one time, but the flapping and buffeting of the sails had worked through the rudder of the wheel and dragged him to and fro, so that the cords with which he was tied had cut the flesh to the bone.
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