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Instead of baking bread for her husband or father, her husband or father had to expend his money on buying bread for her to eat; she no longer wove the material for other people's garments; on the contrary the material for her own had to be obtained at the draper's.
So too the bakehouses, one communal, the other devoted to baking bread for Sirius and Supply.
I had woken up to find Maurizio’s arm flung across me, an oblong of winter sun stretching across the bed and the smell of baking bread rising from the panificio downstairs, and I had thought: I am on the other side.
Had Amun-Ra put him into the body of an Egyptian hybrid and set him to baking bread or sweeping the streets, he would have accepted his lot with grace and gratitude, happy to be earning enough to eat, rent a tiny house in Rhakotis, marry, and have children.
During the whole of this afternoon Mrs. Weikert and her daughters were busy baking bread for the soldiers.