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Thus in Eciton, there are working and soldier neuters, with jaws and instincts extraordinarily different: in Cryptocerus, the workers of one caste alone carry a wonderful sort of shield on their heads, the use of which is quite unknown: in the Mexican Myrmecocystus, the workers of one caste never leave the nest; they are fed by the workers of another caste, and they have an enormously developed abdomen which secretes a sort of honey, supplying the place of that excreted by the aphides, or the domestic cattle as they may be called, which our European ants guard or imprison.
Lucky for the players that the workers weren't Joneses.
The scales are either taken out of the maker's pockets by the workers, or tinkle down on the workers while they wait.
That is, the capitalists had striven to placate the workers by interesting them financially in their work.
The Laundry Workers, but recently organized, were green at the business, and had petitioned Mary Condon to engineer the strike.
Now and then the workers are victorious, but only for a time.
The workers in each of these families were at once producers and consumers.
It was not so much his presence that deterred her from making the attempt as the number of workers that were always between her and the hills where the flier lay.
The strike, or, rather, the lockout, because the workers of Rio Blanco had helped their striking brothers of Puebla.
And what was left of the respirable air must be kept for the workers.
Still the prongs continued to click assiduously, for it was not late; and though the air was fresh and keen there was a whisper of spring in it that cheered the workers on.
Three of his most energetic women workers had withdrawn from the Ladies' Aid Society because a tiny spark of gossip had been fanned by wagging tongues into a devouring flame of scandal.

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