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The work done was exceptionally much for forty-two men.
The third by receiving wages for work done, and this either by being employed in some mean art, or else in mere bodily labour.
In that there is not much difference, I allow, mademoiselle; but you can imagine that work done by one accustomed to the art is more likely to please customers than work done by one who has been educated as a lady.
But as I was saying, we'd got all the work done now, at last; and we was all pretty much fagged out, too, but mainly Jim.
This, gentlemen, is the art of the police, which is believed to be so complicated and which, nevertheless appears so simple as soon its you see that it consists in getting your work done by people who have nothing to do with the police.
It was in the section included between this range and the Rocky Mountains that the American engineers found the most formidable difficulties in laying the road, and that the government granted a subsidy of forty-eight thousand dollars per mile, instead of sixteen thousand allowed for the work done on the plains.
And, when done, the cocktails reared a wall of inhibition in my brain between the day's work done and the rest of the day of fun to come.
I'll get some more work done before I start back home.
Lisbeth had been unusually silent since she came downstairs, apparently requiring some time to adjust her ideas to a state of things in which she came down like a lady to find all the work done, and sat still to be waited on.
It was heart-rending to lie and listen to their cries for those who never would return; and it made me understand the full horror of the work done that day to further man's ambition.
On Tuesdays and Fridays masters spent the morning at Amitrano's, criticising the work done.
Their work done the sailors returned to the small boat, and pulled off rapidly toward the Arrow.