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“ Secretly, she longed for the old days where art was all that mattered, just herself and a few friendly, but ugly men, together in her studio as she made a replica of their manhood to the industrial chug-chug of her floor heater.”
“Like a rusty engine, I could hear it chug-chug and splutter - but it would never quite start running at top speed.”
“Secretly, she longed for the old days where art was all that mattered, just herself and a few friendly, but ugly men, together in her studio as she made a replica of their manhood to the industrial chug-chug of her floor heater.”
“It's all chug-along chug-chug at the speed of steam with the pull of diesel.”
“She watched, for a moment, as he quietly strode down the dark coach, past the sleeping passengers, then squeezed her eyes tightly shut and began to count - slowly and silently, in rhythm with every second chug-chug of the train.”
“Another sound, not quite so smooth'the chug-chug of an airship motor.”
“But it is a worse chug-chug than ever," sighed Limpy-toes.”
“At length the last good-by had been spoken, the last merry girl was gone, four of the teachers, too, had deserted their posts for holiday fun, and as the chug-chug of the last machine died away in the distance,”
“This Sunday morning Hugh in his study heard the chug-chug of a small and badly driven light car, and looked out of the window to see Marjorie stepping out of the vehicle.”
“There was no sound but the soft chug-chug of the engine, and for some time neither spoke.”
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