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“Thus poor Le Maitre lost the fruit of his talents, the labor of his youth, and principal dependence for the support of old age.”
“The whole clan was concerned about the early labor of Goov's mate.”
“The steam-chamber of Watt, the locomotive of Stephenson, the cotton-mule of Roberts, perform the labor of the world.”
“The present revision of “The Every-day Life of Abraham Lincoln” was the last literary labor of its author.”
“It is the custom of most writers upon this subject to refer, like Legros,46 Goodell, Ploss, and others, to the labor of Latona, whom Homer, in his hymn to Apollo, represents as being delivered whilst kneeling upon the soft meadow, clasping a palm tree.”
“He has had extensive experience as Agency physician, having been associated with different tribes of Indians in different localities, and he does not think that climate has anything to do with the labor of the parturient woman.”
“So the Mercantilist writers looked on the cheap agricultural and industrial labor of England and gravely nodded approval.”
“It is so rare to meet with a man out-doors who cherishes a worthy thought in his mind, which is independent of the labor of his hands.”
“They burned fuel oil, which permitted greater steaming endurance and saved their crews the exhausting labor of hand coaling and stoking.”
“I know the language of that trade, that capricious trade, that fascinating buried-treasure trade, and can catch any writer who tries to use it without having learned it by the sweat of his brow and the labor of his hands.”
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