1 He was a man of lofty stature, half peasant, half artisan.
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2 , which, of course, had at first been closed to the artisan, opened both leaves of their folding-doors to the millionnaire.
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3 One artisan drinking with a comrade made the latter feel him to see how warm he was; the other man felt a pistol under his waistcoat.
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4 Listen to me, you, Feuilly, valiant artisan, man of the people.
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5 An artisan was fastening Mother Hucheloup's big straw hat on his head with a string, "for fear of sun-stroke," as he said.
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6 The tradesman was put to his trade and the artisan to his calling.
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7 His step had suddenly become firm; artisans had offered him their arms; he had refused with a sign of the head.
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8 Combeferre, surrounded by students and artisans, was speaking of the dead, of Jean Prouvaire, of Bahorel, of Mabeuf, and even of Cabuc, and of Enjolras' sad severity.
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9 Over six per cent were merchants, farmers, and artisans, and four per cent were in the government civil-service.
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10 , including twenty-four artisans, ten merchants, twenty-one preachers, and four teachers.
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11 I can therefore show no attention to strangers, nor suppliants, nor to people who say that they are skilled artisans, but am all the time broken-hearted about Ulysses.
12 And in an incredibly short time the Pontellier house was turned over to the artisans.