1 Pork, the only trained house negro on the place, had general supervision over the other servants, but even he had grown slack and careless after several years of exposure to Gerald's happy-go-lucky mode of living.
2 He had no knowledge of the dawn-till-midnight activities of these women, chained to supervision of cooking, nursing, sewing and laundering.
3 Scarlett, who had hoped for a freer rein when she escaped Mammy's supervision, discovered to her sorrow that Uncle Peter's standards of ladylike conduct, especially for Mist Charles' widow, were even stricter than Mammy's.
4 Under the supervision of the Ladies' Hospital Committee, this was plain hard work and no fun at all.
5 The mills had been losing money ever since she retired from active supervision, leaving Hugh and Ashley in charge.
6 In her youth, girls had not been supposed to require close supervision.
7 When I took my entrance examinations, he was my examiner, and my course was arranged under his supervision.
8 Tom Loker we left groaning and touzling in a most immaculately clean Quaker bed, under the motherly supervision of Aunt Dorcas, who found him to the full as tractable a patient as a sick bison.
9 There was, as Squealer was never tired of explaining, endless work in the supervision and organisation of the farm.
10 The sheep spent the whole day there browsing at the leaves under Squealer's supervision.
11 His heart was weak, it appears, and he needed constant medical supervision.
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12 Our old chambers had been left unchanged through the supervision of Mycroft Holmes and the immediate care of Mrs. Hudson.
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13 The young men started living together in one set of rooms, under the remote supervision of a cousin on their mother's side, Ilya Kolyazin, an official of high rank.
14 If there are a large number, it will instantly be ascribed to bad supervision or incompetent medical treatment.
15 His whole life hung on these two words: watchfulness and supervision.
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