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1  Jurgis talked lightly about work, because he was young.
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2  So America was a place of which lovers and young people dreamed.
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3  He had only been there four months, and he was young, and a giant besides.
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4  Most of them prefer the "two-step," especially the young, with whom it is the fashion.
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5  He was a dapper young fellow, with a light brown mustache and blue eyes, and a graceful figure.
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6  She is young, und she might haf got over it, und been vell und strong, if she had been treated right.
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7  Some of the young men you would take to be Americans, of the type of clerks, but for the fact that they wear their hats in the room.
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8  All these things are carefully avoided by the young, most of whom have learned to speak English and to affect the latest style of clothing.
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9  The two bridesmaids, whose insignia of office are paper wreaths, come next, and after them the rest of the guests, old and young, boys and girls.
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10  Some were white hogs, some were black; some were brown, some were spotted; some were old, some young; some were long and lean, some were monstrous.
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11  Beyond opens a door into the kitchen, where there is a glimpse to be had of a range with much steam ascending from it, and many women, old and young, rushing hither and thither.
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12  Finally, the prisoner made it understood that his vocabulary was inadequate, and there stepped up a dapper young man with waxed mustaches, bidding him speak in any language he knew.
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13  Red cattle, black, white, and yellow cattle; old cattle and young cattle; great bellowing bulls and little calves not an hour born; meek-eyed milch cows and fierce, long-horned Texas steers.
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14  The end of it was that the young lady sent them a basket of things to eat, and left a letter that Jurgis was to take to a gentleman who was superintendent in one of the mills of the great steelworks in South Chicago.
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15  The young men, who for the most part have been huddled near the door, summon their resolution and advance; and the shrinking Jurgis is poked and scolded by the old folks until he consents to seat himself at the right hand of the bride.
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16  As she listened the pretty young lady's eyes filled with tears, and in the midst of it she burst into weeping and hid her face on Elzbieta's shoulder, quite regardless of the fact that the woman had on a dirty old wrapper and that the garret was full of fleas.
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17  Jurgis went without a word; but as he passed round the barn he came to a freshly ploughed and harrowed field, in which the farmer had set out some young peach trees; and as he walked he jerked up a row of them by the roots, more than a hundred trees in all, before he reached the end of the field.
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