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“Buck's famous call "has more to do with a vocation or professional calling [ie., the author's] than some mysterious pull toward nature," Jonathan Auerbach argues in '"Congested Mails': Buck and Jack's 'Call'":" Burying his humanity, like a bone, deep within his animal-hero, London thus manages in his naturalist masterpiece to dramatize vividly his position as a writer laboring in capitalism's mass market without having to recognize himself as such. ”
“Then they had the light railways and the quays and no fishing boats; so a committee was formed, known as the Congested Board Committee, made up of a few men nominated by the British Government, experts, and by some Roman Catholic priests; the Lord Bishop of Rothesay is, I think, himself the Chairman of that Board.”
“Congested airports with poor, sometimes uncertain, weather threaten on-time arrivals and departures.”
“Congested cities are fast becoming test tubes for scientists studying the impact of traffic fumes on the brain.”
“Congested Newark is a major hub for Continental, which has the bulk of the 442 daily flights the two operate in and out of that New York City-area airport.”
“Congested ports in Australia and other bottlenecks have tightened supplies and made access to infrastructure important as well.”
“Congested traffic conditions can make rowing a manual and working a clutch pedal a tedious chore.”
“Congested cities, in which people have to carefully calculate crosstown trips, were the result.”
“Congested roadway circumstances are so erratic and so frustrating and so difficult to predict that those are probably the times when your eyes are playing tricks on you.”
“Congested with high-contract players collecting checks, the locker room became quiet, and silent with players that didn't know how to win together.”
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