1 Someone had to nurse him and that meant one less worker at the business of fence building, hoeing, weeding and plowing.
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2 And so he had leisure to muse on all its exquisite details, as a hard worker, on a holiday morning, might lie still and watch the beam of light travel gradually across his room.
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3 He's a worker, all right, ma'm, and he's got some ketch-on about him; but he's a mean one.
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4 Old Antanas had been a worker ever since he was a child; he had run away from home when he was twelve, because his father beat him for trying to learn to read.
5 He was introduced by his friend to an Irishman named "Buck" Halloran, who was a political "worker" and on the inside of things.
6 The work was clumsy, the worker cross.
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7 A force composed of earth and heaven results from humanity and governs it; this force is a worker of miracles; marvellous issues are no more difficult to it than extraordinary vicissitudes.
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8 Let not a single worker remain inactive here.
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9 The worker must work for the glory of his handiwork, not simply for pay; the thinker must think for truth, not for fame.
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10 Mr. Bedford consented to become one of the trustees of the school, and in that capacity, and as a worker for it, he has been connected with it for eighteen years.
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11 And I hear he is a good worker, too.
12 The worker recognized Clym, and Yeobright learnt from the voice that the speaker was Humphrey.
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13 As he reached the fifth floor, he decided to give up the search, took his leave of a friendly, young worker who wanted to lead him on still further and went down the stairs.
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14 The cotton mills of England were standing idle and the workers were starving, and any blockader who could outwit the Yankee fleet could command his own price in Liverpool.
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15 Let the English mill workers starve because they can't get our cotton but never, never strike a blow for slavery.
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