1 Jonas was a Yankee and a bachelor, and the fact that he was an overseer forever barred him from any contact with the County social life.
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2 Charles' Uncle Henry Hamilton, who lived in bachelor state at the Atlanta Hotel near the depot, also talked seriously to her on this subject.
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3 Such knowledge sat ill upon a bachelor.
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4 His heart was sore and bewildered at Suellen's conduct and his vanity, the shy, touchy vanity of a middle-aged bachelor who knows himself to be unattractive to women, was deeply wounded.
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5 Wutherspoon, known as "Raymie," professional bachelor, manager and one half the sales-force in the shoe-department of the Bon Ton Store.
6 Carol suggested that Miss Sherwin stay for supper, and that Kennicott invite Guy Pollock, the much-praised lawyer, the poetic bachelor.
7 Other bachelor homesteaders used canned milk, to save trouble.
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8 Accordingly our homestead was rented to 'that good woman, the Widow Steavens,' and her bachelor brother, and we bought Preacher White's house, at the north end of Black Hawk.
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9 Mary Dusak had been housekeeper for a bachelor rancher from Boston, and after several years in his service she was forced to retire from the world for a short time.
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10 THAT evening Mr. Utterson came home to his bachelor house in sombre spirits and sat down to dinner without relish.
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11 Mr. Bounderby being a bachelor, an elderly lady presided over his establishment, in consideration of a certain annual stipend.
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12 Mother Sparsit never set her cap at Bounderby when he was a bachelor.
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13 It was a handsome old stucco hall, very elegantly appointed, for Winter was a bachelor and prided himself on his style; but the place was beset by collieries.
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14 This was a hard hit at Mr. Grimwig, who was a bachelor.
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15 It is exceedingly unfortunate that you should be a bachelor.
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