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  • "Youre an idiot," I said to Rory before turning back to the girls. "Who are you to judge us because we work in a store? You work in a restaurant."
  • Happily the voracious creatures do not see well. They passed without seeing us, brushing us with their brownish fins, and we escaped by a miracle from a danger certainly greater than meeting a tiger fullface in the forest. Half an hour after, guided by the electric light we reached the Nautilus. The outside door had been left open, and Captain Nemo closed it as soon as we had entered the first cell. He then pressed a knob. I heard the pumps working in the midst of the vessel, I felt the water sinking from around me, and in a few moments the cell was entirely empty. The inside door then opened, and we entered the vestry.
  • But an Australian research team working in Shark Bay, Australia discovered, a third level of social hierarchy: coalitions among second-order alliances, which may be called "third-order alliances," or more imposingly as "second-order super-alliances," involving dolphins that were unrelated.
  • I hold up the tin that I'm still grasping. I stare at it, waiting for answers. What did this thing do to me? Was this in the real world? Did a janitor called Ben give this to me in a physical realm, or had I already fallen down the rabbit hole when that appeared to happen? Did I really work in a dusty basement, logging data? Did I even go to America to work? Was anything real and outside of my mind since the moment I was born?
  • Like all people with a dastardly nature, they could on no account speak the truth--even when it would have been to their advantage. They could never look you straight in the face. Hence, full of distrust for everybody, all the responsibility of every kind of work in connection with the expedition fell upon me. I not only had to do my own scientific work, but had to supervise in its minutest detail all the work done by them, and all the time. It was indeed like travelling with a band of mischievous demented people. The mental strain was considerable for me.
  • It would be folly to spend time in such a needle-in-the-haystack business as looking for him on shore when we had no clue to guide us, as even Darius was forced to admit, and, therefore, we set about the work in hand, which was the dredging of oysters enough to give us excuse for seeking out the enemy.
  • The new MIT system appears to work for many cell types -- so far, the researchers have successfully tested it with more than a dozen types, including both human and mouse cells. It also works in cells taken directly from human patients, which are usually much more difficult to manipulate than human cell lines grown specifically for lab research.
  • This very sentence about Countess Zubova and this same laugh Prince Andrew had already heard from his wife in the presence of others some five times. He entered the room softly. The little princess, plump and rosy, was sitting in an easy chair with her work in her hands, talking incessantly, repeating Petersburg reminiscences and even phrases. Prince Andrew came up, stroked her hair, and asked if she felt rested after their journey. She answered him and continued her chatter.
  • A little farther up the stream, on the other side of the ravine, there was a cave, a very small one, and so high up in the face of the rock that it could only be reached by a ladder. In this lived five black men, members of the company of slaves who had gone from Guiana to the isthmus, and who had been brought down there about a year before by two wicked men, who had promised them well-paid work in a lovely country. They had, however, been made actual slaves in this barren and doleful place, and had since worked for the cruel men who had beguiled them into a captivity worse than the slavery to which they had been originally destined.
  • Joff heard a thump from outside. He looked at the door. It was probably nothing. Just . . . something about the size of a man falling against the side of the cottage with the force of a person dropping dead. Joff shook his head. The adventure in the Goblin Hills had obviously made him jumpy. He had just taken up his quill when he heard a groan from outside. "Bugger." Joffs sword belt hung on one of the wall pegs. He wished Coursa was there, but she and Jain were at Jains cottage, working in the garden. The thought made Joff a little ashamed. Even someone in his condition should not long for the protection of an old woman.
  • His best known work in english - the poetics of space - remains a staple on architecture courses everywhere today.
  • Peter said hastily, "Its still a work in progress. I still have time to turn it into a gory epic about war if I want."
  • Thus talking, Stern kept the girl from seeing too much or brooding over what she saw. He engaged her actively on the work in hand. Until he had assured himself there was no danger from falling fragments in the shattered halls and stairways that led up to the gaping ruin at the truncated top of the tower he would not let her enter the building, but set her to fashioning a kind of puckered bag with a huge skin taken from the furrier's shop in the Arcade, while he explored.
  • Balashev found Davout seated on a barrel in the shed of a peasant's hut, writing--he was auditing accounts. Better quarters could have been found him, but Marshal Davout was one of those men who purposely put themselves in most depressing conditions to have a justification for being gloomy. For the same reason they are always hard at work and in a hurry. "How can I think of the bright side of life when, as you see, I am sitting on a barrel and working in a dirty shed?" the expression of his face seemed to say. The chief pleasure and necessity of such men, when they encounter anyone who shows animation, is to flaunt their own dreary, persistent activity. Davout allowed himself that pleasure when Balashev was brought in. He became still more absorbed in his task when the Russian general entered, and after glancing over his spectacles at Balashev's face, which was animated by the beauty of the morning and by his talk with Murat, he did not rise or even stir, but scowled still more and sneered malevolently.
  • Well, then, said Tom, "I'll tell you what I wish you'd do. I must go back to work in a few minutes, but I wish you two would go down town and hear what folks have to say about this business, and then come back here and have dinner with me at twelve. Will you?"
  • "I hope he doesn't get into mischief," murmured Mrs. Henderson, as she went back to her work in the kitchen. "If he wasn't such an honest boy, I would be more worried than I am about him. But I guess he will outgrow it," she added hopefully.
  • In the meantime, the year 1894 was swiftly drawing to a close. Only fifteen minutes remained, and while the Wintersleigh clocks counted down the final minutes and seconds of the year, Frances began thinking about her future, something that was never that far from her mind. On the face of it, her immediate prospects were not bright. She was yet to find work in Hobart, her adored mother had just sent Frances confirmation of the wedding date, and she was living in a house with the haughty Agnes Wentworth, a young woman who took every opportunity of avoiding her. When Frances recalled the long list of her cousins offences against her, she wondered how a man like Michael Brearly could possibly love her. Was there a lighter side to Agnes that Frances had not yet seen?
  • For most of the rest of the trip I spent my time recalling the many years I had lived and worked in the area. How I, for so long, tried to blame my discontent on what I considered the drabness of the region. To me it wasn't truly flat and it wasn't hilly, nor mostly hot nor mostly cold, rural or urban, the natives were neither country bumpkins nor city slickers. The whole thing sat right in the middle. I believed at the time that the place existed as a refuge for the undecided and uncommitted folks too afraid of taking a chance. They once called this place the frontier, a place where adventuresome individuals came to grab life by the ass and bend it into their will, but not anymore. The frontier left here a long time ago, headed for the coast.
  • I had worked in a shed with Jack Moonlight, and had met him in Sydney, and to be mates with a bushman for a few weeks is to know him well--anyway, I found it so. He had taken a trip to Sydney the Christmas before last, and when he came back there was something wanting. He became more silent, he drank more, and sometimes alone, and took to smoking heavily. He dropped his mates, took little or no interest in Union matters, and travelled alone, and at night.
  • There are several missionaries of this stamp--men who love the name of Jesus--in that region, and there are a number of stations where the good seed of God's Word is being planted in the wilderness. But I have not space, and this is not the place, to enlarge on the great and interesting subject of missionary work in Rupert's Land. I must return to my narrative.
  • The discountenanced instrument went back into his pocket, and now Jimmie Dale's hand slipped inside his shirt, and from one of the little, upright pockets of the leather belt, and from still another, and from after that a third, came the vicious little blued-steel tools. The sensitive fingers travelled slowly up and down the side of the door--and then he was at work in earnest. A minute passed-- another--there was a dull, low, grating sound, a snick as of metal yielding suddenly--and Jimmie Dale was coolly stowing away his tools again inside his shirt.
  • "Usually those selected to work in the copying room are Sisters, and younger than you are, with a long life of manuscript work ahead of them. I don't want to draw attention to you, or cause trouble for you or myself. How old are you, if you don't mind me asking?"
  • Alaska's well-developed state-owned ferry system (known as the Alaska Marine Highway) serves the cities of southeast, the Gulf Coast and the Alaska Peninsula. The ferries transport vehicles as well as passengers. The system also operates a ferry service from Bellingham, Washington and Prince Rupert, British Columbia in Canada through the Inside Passage to Skagway. The Inter-Island Ferry Authority also serves as an important marine link for many communities in the Prince of Wales Island region of Southeast and works in concert with the Alaska Marine Highway.
  • Last time we visited the mill we met a woman who worked in a textile mill in leeds almost 50 years ago.
  • They fell into their traditional division of labor then, Art working on a variety of user-experience plans, dividing each into subplans, then devising protocols for user testing to see what would work in the field; Fede working on logistics from plane tickets to personal days to budget and critical-path charts. They worked side by side, but still used the collaboration tools that Art had grown up with, designed to allow remote, pseudonymous parties to fit their separate work components into the same structure, resolving schedule and planning collisions where it could and throwing exceptions where it couldnt. They worked beside each other and each hardly knew the other was there, and that, Art thought, when he thought of it, when the receptionist commed him to tell him that "Linderrr"—freakinteabagswas there for him, that was the defining characteristic of a Tribalist. A norm, a modus operandi, a way of being that did not distinguish between communication face-to-face and communication at a distance.
  • He finished up working in a fairground sideshow where he died after being mauled by a lion.
  • "I think I do. I felt that way an hour ago," I smirked again. "Must be tough working in a place thats open 24 hours."
  • Analogueants must be working in a uk higher education institution or academic analog.
  • For the time being, at least, his hot blood was chastened. He had gone off that afternoon and had left several chores undone. When he reached home his mother scolded and his father threatened. It was no new experience. Nevertheless, he finished the neglected work in silence, and in silence he ate his supper.
  • Dig! dig! dig! He was working in the same frantic manner as before. His strength still held out, and he was glad of that. Even if he could not escape, this was something to occupy his mind for the time and prevent him from going mad.
  • Poe, who worked in the immigration and citizenship department in the building across the streetonce the post office, now a collection of government departmentswas planning to write limericks for a living. It wasnt much of a plan, so he decided to produce a darling little book of limericks about cinnamon buns. He would, he figured, visit bakeries and farmers markets across the province, rating their buns in limericks. He would keep the limericks short enough for Twitter, and they would spread like kudzu and dandelions across the memeosphere. Hed had several other plans for his life, but this one seemed the best at the moment, and perhaps it was.
  • These included work as a caretaker, a mail coach driver and work in the local fish hatchery, cannery row near monterey.
  • At the southern end, cycling commuters use it to get to and from work in cardiff.
  • "Uh, yeah," she said dryly. "While we were having dinner, Emily asked everyone to tell a little about what they'd been doing. Jennlynn said she's an engineer with some company out in Phoenix and runs her air charter business as a sideline. She has a retired general as a chief pilot. Then she said her parents threw her out on her ass in 1990, so to get through Caltech and part time ever since she's worked in Nevada as a licensed prostitute."
  • These aren't just ordinary farms, Eleanor explained. "My father and some other men who have plenty of money have bought up a lot of land around here, and they are working the farms, and making them pay just as much as possible. My father thinks it's a shame for so many boys and young men, whose fathers own farms, to go rushing off to the city and work in stores and factories. And they started out to find out why it was that way. They're business men, you see and as soon as they really began to think about it they found out what was wrong."
  • Governor Leonato has taken some time this afternoon to work in his study before the festive supper and dancing; but he has a visitor. "How now, Brother! Where is my cousin, your son? Hath he provided that music?" Antonio has promised that the lads fellow musicians will perform. But the unsteady old mans poor hearing sometimes leads to unfortunate results.
  • At all events, he said, "it is certainly a matter of duty for the officers of both fleets to be on the lookout, and for them to work in concert. Yet I still find it all but impossible to believe what my judgment tells me might be possible."
  • "Wow, thats one rare piece!" Susan couldnt contain her excitement. She grabbed the necklace from George. working in museums all her life had given her a very good eye for rare and unique objects. "Ive never seen such a large triple serial triskele carved out of single emerald before! How much money did this guy offer you for it?"
  • By the way, Roberts, asked Field, seeking to change the subject from a topic which was stale to all the members of the party except Roger, "how did you like the work in the lower Sacramento Valley?"
  • The first "stringless" bean was bred in 1894 by Calvin Keeney, called the "father of the stringless bean", while working in Le Roy, New York.
  • He saw that the cliff fauns had already been at work in his absence. Sham was no longer lying in the straw, but standing in the middle of the room, naked, tied by each hand to a ring in opposite walls. He held one paw a little off the ground. The trap had broken his ankle. Sham's dark hair lay plastered against his brow, and sweat trickled down his neck from the unnatural fever brought on by Laylan's drugged trap. His chin rested on his chest, and he did not look up when Chance and Laylan entered.
  • It seemed, however, that her poor injured brain had been working in the interval, for when she was quite conscious, she looked at me piercingly with an agonized confusion which I shall never forget, and said, 'I must not deceive myself. It was no dream, but all a grim reality.’ Then her eyes roved round the room. As they caught sight of the two figures sitting patiently on the edge of the bed she went on, 'If I were not sure already, I would know from them.'
  • "Oh! do not be angry with me, and do not fear that I am going to trouble you with soft speeches, for I shall not, unless a time should come, as I think that perhaps it will, when you may wish to listen to them. But I want to point out something to you, Miss Clifford. Is it not a wonderful thing that our minds should be so in tune, and is there not an object in all this? Did I believe as you do, I should say that it was Heaven working in us--no: do not answer that the working comes from lower down. I take no credit for reading that upon your lips; the retort is too easy and obvious. I am content to say, however, that the work is that of instinct and nature, or, if you will, of fate, pointing out a road by which together we might travel to great ends."
  • Alpatych, arriving from the devastated Bald Hills estate, sent for his Dron on the day of the prince's funeral and told him to have twelve horses got ready for the princess' carriages and eighteen carts for the things to be removed from Bogucharovo. Though the peasants paid quitrent, Alpatych thought no difficulty would be made about complying with this order, for there were two hundred and thirty households at work in Bogucharovo and the peasants were well to do. But on hearing the order Dron lowered his eyes and remained silent. Alpatych named certain peasants he knew, from whom he told him to take the carts.
  • "Yes," she answered, pushed her husband to standing and rifled through a bag underneath their seat, brought out plastic cups and small tin plates printed in bright orange with white spots. She started slicing the cheese with a large knife. "My husband now works in Moscow."
  • 'Why, everything; colour, form, movement, fragranceall sorts of things, of course?' Agatha replied. 'Have you looked around here? Well, you know what I mean. There's nothing here. Have you any idea what it's like to live and work in such monotonous surroundings. The only physical manifestation we have is a television on which they all watch these blasted ball-game reruns!'
  • But the boy, facing the other prisoners, has suddenly become very distressed. "Nonow, alack, theres other work in hand!—I see something bitter to me as death! Your life, good master, must shuffle for a while…."
  • "A worthless scoundrel who's never worked in his life. And AkstyrI'm shocked he hasn't murdered us all in our sleep. You're going to get surprised someday. I...don't want to see that. Please be careful. Sicarius isn't someone you can trust. Don't push him too far."
  • Chequerd example of east anglian building is the guildhall, whose frontage is of checker work in limestone with flint.
  • My work in the social apostolate is mainly concerned with academic reflection.
  • "Not really," Bret said. "My father works in the maternity wing, and my mother had too many emergency patients in the last couple of days to come up to my room."
  • Abigail Hilton is a traveling nurse anesthetist, based in Florida. She owns 3 catsall veteran travelers, who've been x-rayed on various occasions by the TSA. She has spent time in veterinary school and done graduate work in literature. You can connect with Abbie on Facebook or Twitter. You can also visit her blog and main website at abigailhilton.net.
  • Thanks for all your work in compiling this fascinating compendium which has shaken the cobwebs out of my media memory.
  • We can see masculine transcendentalism at work in wired magazine, or in all of the hype around artificial intelligence or virtual reality.
  • Summers rage was building, "If you dont get off of me, my shoe is going to work in mysterious ways against your holy balls!"
  • It was only when they entered they saw signs of man's work in the massive beams and stringers that braced the structure. These were presently lost in the gloom and Foster stumbled among the ties. Shingle ballast rolled under his feet; where he found a tie to step on it was generally by stubbing his toe, and once or twice he struck the side of the shed.
  • Susie lives and works in central london and specializes in animal portraiture.
  • Meantime Emmett was living with Claire in a house on Malone Avenue. They took ecstasy regularly and both worked in the Tesco on the Lisburn Road. Emmett had discontinued his studies for a while, suspecting his marks were not as good as they could be. He was faced with repeating a year but did not much like the prospect. His ambitions had in fact plunged him into an abyss of nightmarish soup-like consistency. He did not know what he was going to do the next day let alone in the next seventy years. He had developed into a state of desire for all or nothing. Since he was evidently not going to achieve all, he had driven himself with a stick to the latter.
  • No longer confined to working in the bedroom, wireless access to the internet has been made available in our hotels.
  • The Rivers joined together to complain to the Sea, saying, "Why is it that when we flow into your tides so potable and sweet, you work in us such a change, and make us salty and unfit to drink?" The Sea, perceiving that they intended to throw the blame on him, said, "Pray cease to flow into me, and then you will not be made briny."
  • Laura looked away from me. "When the time is right, Ill drink the potion and walk into the sea. And... Ill just hope that it works in reverse."
  • She had quickly found that her charge was absent from the barn and house. Another half-hour confirmed that he was not working in any of the fields around the cottage. Now she checked each of the trails leading to the clearing, as far as she dared, given the approach of dawn. Her lantern cast wild shadows among the trees, but no sign of Rafe. Her throat was sore from calling.
  • Other missionary organisations at work in the country quickly saw the advantage of using these syllabic characters, and were not slow to avail themselves of them. While all lovers of Missions rejoice at this, it is to be regretted that some, from whom better things might have been expected, were anxious to take the credit of the invention, instead of giving it to its rightful claimant, the Reverend James Evans. It is a remarkable fact, that so perfectly did Mr Evans do his work, that no improvement has been made as regards the use of these characters among the Cree Indians.
  • Those working in school based provision and providers in mainly monolingual areas find eal a particular challenge.
  • I took a good gap and a stretch, and was just going to unhitch and start when I heard a sound away over the water. I listened. Pretty soon I made it out. It was that dull kind of a regular sound that comes from oars working in rowlocks when it's a still night. I peeped out through the willow branches, and there it was--a skiff, away across the water. I couldn't tell how many was in it. It kept a-coming, and when it was abreast of me I see there warn't but one man in it. Think's I, maybe it's pap, though I warn't expecting him. He dropped below me with the current, and by and by he came a-swinging up shore in the easy water, and he went by so close I could a reached out the gun and touched him. Well, it WAS pap, sure enough--and sober, too, by the way he laid his oars.
  • His tentmate was hardly there. Either he was gambling or working in the kitchen to pay off his losses. Outside a frigid wind from the west buffeted the canvas sides of the tent. The stove was chock full of blazing wood until the top glowed red, trying to keep the interior warm. On some nights Chance had to wear all his clothes and covers, glad for the warmth of a buffalo robe he bought off an Indian. Yet, the cold did not bother Chance as much as the inactivity. Lying in bed, staring at the canvas roof lashed by the wind, he was reminded of Hellmira, just waiting out the slow passage of time.
  • A team of managers that resided over all the stores in the company chain, but knew very little of what it was like to work in an actual store. But their word was considered to be gospel. The only person that could overrule district was the president of the company, and I doubt he had time to override anyones word. Counting that much money had to be time consuming.
  • They passed the house where the overseer had lived when he was on the island with the crew of men who worked in the quarry--they were again hidden from view.
  • At least the two of them had apparently come alone, without Jills legion of warrior priests or errant tagging acolytes. Even more importantly, they had tuned down their god-auras, not that Jardin had much of an aura left of any sort after his treatment at the hands of Arznaak. Except for ego, then, and a certain undisguisable lethality, there was nothing to stop them from blending into the mob. The fact that only Gashanatantras support was keeping the barely conscious Jardin from slumping to the ground was scarcely remarkable. Plenty of those thronging the stands had wounds or disabilities or stigmata; that was why they were here, hoping for the favorable benediction of the risen Emperor incarnate. Perhaps it had worked in past years, and had been more than legend; perhaps it would work tonight. Or perhaps -
  • After leaving school at sixteen i worked in the photographic darkroom of the morris motors car factory at cowley.
  • Every camp needs support -- people to cook food, wash clothes, and provide sex. Because the Russians detested the Sacker of Kiev, only the most desperate or those who supported the Empire worked in the Mongol camp. Or so Billy told himself.
  • Aaron was more of a control-type player, so he manned the goalie and defense while Max was the wild man who wreaked havoc on offense, putting all kinds of pressure on their opponents. On the other side of the dome was Hartwell on defense and his hunter teammate on offense, which made perfect sense in the vampirical world but it remained to be seen if that would work in Cold War hockey.
  • Broken, shmoken, said Hank. "If you find Egyptian faience work in a Sumerian grave, you know they traded. If you find old Radio shack model 100's in a Memphis grave, you know the Egyptians traded with the Pilgrim fathers across the Atlantic Ocean."
  • When he saw Peter Nelson from the control room leaning out of the outer rail, Briggs was tempted to confront him. He worked in the control room and had to know something of what was going on, and he was nowhere near as evasive as anyone else in engineering.
  • Guest speakers will discuss their first-hand experiences of working in the music industry.
  • The recently rediscovered Soft City was one of the standout works in the 2008 Berlin Biennale, while a Norwegian documentary released last year chronicled his topsy-turvy life.
  • Meat inspectors working in scottish abattoirs have also reported a marked increase in carcasses showing evidence of liver fluke infestation.
  • I used everything and talked about everything and that was why in my eyes I was so successful. I had worked in a working class, old school, pub during university and once you can balance pontificating with lecturers and cursing out drunks you can communicate. That was one of, if not my finest skill. People want to be a people person and the most idiotic people say they are people persons, no they aren't, other people hate them. Me though, I am a people person because I walk a fine line between good and bad. I am unspecial in the most special way.
  • "No way. Not with the kind of mood youre in. I want to make it to work in one piece. And on time for that matter. Knowing you, youll want to go off on some joy ride," Naomi said.
  • We can't go back now, explained Ned, "and we can't afford to land and wait for day. We can't all stay in the Cibola, and those of us who are landed must be left in a safe place. Our work," he continued turning to Bob, "is in the Tunit Chas Mountains, thirty miles west of here. It seems as if you had to know it. We'll go there to-night and land, if we can, on some isolated and inaccessible plateau. We'll make that our new relief camp and you and Elmer must take charge of it. To-morrow Alan and I will return in the Cibola to our abandoned wagon, bury Buck and bring away such of our stores as may be left. It's going to be a great loss, for I suppose the Indians have stolen everything. If the gasoline is gone it will cut short our work in the mountains."
  • Muster all hands, Chips, and let the steward give them a good, generous tot of grog; they will be all the better for it after their hard work in the wet and cold. Moreover, I wish to satisfy myself that they are all right; it has struck me more than once since I came on deck that some of them are missing.
  • David nods. ‘I agree with you, absolutely. Up-to-dateness is next to godliness, in my book.’ He assumes an innocent look. ‘And as a matter of fact, Ive done some work in watercolours, myself.’
  • Thinking about work in the lab reminded Rick that he had an unfinished project of his own on his workbench upstairs. He was half out of his chair, determined to go upstairs and put the rest of the afternoon to good use, when Scotty called.
  • When acts of heroism and personal prowess are of frequent occurrence, deeds of daring are not apt to draw general attention, unless they rise above the average. The "affair of the hillock," however, as it got to be called, although unnoticed in despatches, or the public prints, was well-known among the rank and file who did the work in those hot regions. When, therefore, it became known that the six heroes, who had distinguished themselves on that hillock, were present, a great deal of interest was exhibited. This culminated when a little man rushed suddenly into the room, and, with a wild "hooroo!" seized Molloy round the waist--he wasn't tall enough to get him comfortably by the neck--and appeared to wrestle with him.
  • Thresher has a number of wines from the australian winemaker peter bright who has been working in portugal for a number of years now.
  • I don't know that you can count on me for a clown, Professor, Rayburn said, "but I might go along as door-keeper, or something of that sort. But I don't believe that Young and I will need to go into the circus business. We are out of work, that's a fact; but the company has done the square thing by us--paid us up in full to the end of next month and fitted us out with passes to St. Louis. We're all right. Young is heading straight for home, but I rather think that I'll take a turn around the country and see what the civilized parts of it look like. Ever since I came down here, nearly, I've been at work in the wilds. I want to see some of the old temples and things too. You can put me up to that, Professor. Where's a good ruin to begin on?"
  • Clive nodded. ‘Yes, Askphrit was my fault. I was the one whowe were so busy in those days, I got distracted, forgot to run the program to test the results, and ended up leaving out some of the protocols that should have been added in his case. I am sorry my dear, but on the other hand, the loophole I accidentally left for him, has now worked in your favour.
  • Mrs. Stalin did so and then came back out with the kid, who was somewhere between cute and an aging child actor trying to find work in a Michael Jackson special. Neither one looked much like Jim Stalin, but that was OK, they were probably better off for that fact. They relinquished themselves into the villains custody and the chapter was pretty well complete.
  • The other set of brakes work in reverse to a conventional break system, such as that found in a motor car.
  • Next morning Frank and his friends went out to choose their claim. As we have said, the Bigbear Gully was not at that time generally known. A comparatively small number of diggers had set to work in it, and they were careful to avoid giving much information to "prospecting," or searching parties, because they knew that if the richness of the soil were known, there would be a general rush to it from all quarters. There was therefore no lack of unoccupied ground.
  • The last time they were there, the men were at work in the bottom of the oozy dike, where a little water lay, soaked out of the sides; but now, right away to the flood-gates, there was a glistening lane of water, the open ditch resembling a long canal in which a barge could have been sailed.
  • "Be at peace," he answered, "for no man has yet measured his own work, and it may be you shall do more than all these. They laboured in their office, and you shall work in yours. But why will you have me tell you what to do?"
  • Analysislonie lorne is a scientist at the noc working in dna analyzes.
  • Due to internal changes a vacancy has arisen for a conveyancing paralegal to work in their bustling property division.
  • During this fortnight that followed Beaver Tooth's exploit on the dam Baree ate his meals a mile up the creek, where there were plenty of crayfish. But the pond was home. Night always found him there, and a large part of his day. He slept at the end of the dam, or on top of it on particularly clear nights, and the beavers accepted him as a permanent guest. They worked in his presence as if he did not exist.
  • In 2005 we were awarded the " corporate citizenship " award for our work in the community.
  • Where intellect alone was concerned--as, for instance, in the working out of a problem in engineering or mechanics--he was cool, calculating, and absolutely unemotional. His highly-disciplined mind was capable of banishing every other subject from consideration save the one which claimed the attention of the hour, and of incorporating itself wholly with the work in hand until it was finished.
  • Well, so we're both up and at it, again, he exclaimed, common-placely enough, his voice a bit uncertain. Stern had walked narrow girders six hundred feet sheer up; he had worked in caissons under tide-water, with the air-pumps driving full tilt to keep death out.
  • From the moment Robbie had seen Jamie unconscious in the grooms arms, something had snapped inside of him. No more, he thought, never again will I let this happen. Never again will you go to the stables nor will you have to work in the fields either. Never again will you feel the sting of the whip on your back or suffer hunger pains from missed meals. Youll get your strength back, youll grow big and strong and both of us will get our dignity back. This I promise you, Jamie, this I promise you.
  • Pat cleared her throat. "Actually," she said slowly, "I'm afraid I don't have much of a future in Bryllan now." Her voice grew very quiet. "I've never been very honest about my work in Cryneth. And I can't tell you about it now, butwell, I have my own reasons for avoiding the police. Besides, I'm not going to let you go off on your own. Of course I'll help you find Maggie."
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