1 Then I kneaded the wax in my strong hands till it became soft, which it soon did between the kneading and the rays of the sun-god son of Hyperion.
2 In a moment he had so kneaded together the social dough that the drawing room became very lively, and there was a merry buzz of voices.
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3 As soon as the wax had softened to the plasticity of dough she kneaded the pieces together.
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4 It was long before the clouds had discharged their burden, and, meanwhile, the dust on the road became kneaded into mire, and the horses' task of pulling the britchka heavier and heavier.
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5 That pigmy kneaded out of common earth, ignorant, unlettered, giddy, vulgar, low.
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