1 She had to superintend the house.
2 There should always be one steady head to superintend so many young ones.
3 de Treville in practice instantly, d'Artagnan directed his course toward the Rue des Fossoyeurs, in order to superintend the packing of his valise.
4 These were the two men who were to conduct Milady to Fort La Pointe, and superintend her embarkation.
5 d'Avrigny to superintend all the arrangements consequent upon a death in a large city, more especially a death under such suspicious circumstances.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In Chapter 103. Maximilian.
6 I am often asked how it is possible for me to superintend the work at Tuskegee and at the same time be so much away from the school.
Up From Slavery: An Autobiography By Booker T. WashingtonContext Highlight In Chapter XV.
7 The managers and superintendents and clerks of Packingtown were all recruited from another class, and never from the workers; they scorned the workers, the very meanest of them.
8 In the morning before Jurgis had finished his breakfast, "Pat" Murphy ordered him to one of the superintendents, who questioned him as to his experience in the work of the killing room.
9 Lieutenants are crowned kings; superintendents improvise manufacturers out of themselves.
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10 If the superintendents had caught sight of them, they would have driven such rags forth.
Les Misérables (V5) By Victor HugoContext Highlight In BOOK 1: CHAPTER XVI—HOW FROM A BROTHER ONE BECOMES A FATHER
11 Army chaplains found here new and fruitful fields; "superintendents of contrabands" multiplied, and some attempt at systematic work was made by enlisting the able-bodied men and giving work to the others.
12 It was "Professor" George Edwin Mott, superintendent of schools, a Chinese mandarin turned brown, who held Carol's hand and made her welcome.
13 Carol did not recover her zeal till two days after, when she tried Mrs. George Edwin Mott, wife of the superintendent of schools.
14 The local superintendent, who remained through the week while the other enlighteners went to other Chautauquas for their daily performances.
15 He had a long story to tell of his quarrel with the superintendent of his department, and how he was now a plain workingman, and a good union man as well.