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  • It was nought seven fifteen, getting-up time for office workers.

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  • It was nought seven fifteen, getting-up time for office workers.

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  • He still wanted to cry, but he just walked away, thinking about his getting-up expertise, no doubt. readersguide posted at 12:39 PM

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  • It was nought seven fifteen, getting-up time for office workers.

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  • It was nought seven fifteen, getting-up time for office workers.

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  • Linen, that impressions of the finer getting-up art, practised by the laundress, are to be printed off, all over his soft arms and legs, as I constantly observe them?

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  • Out of this delight springs the toy-theatre, — there it is, with its familiar proscenium, and ladies in feathers, in the boxes! — and all its attendant occupation with paste and glue, and gum, and water colours, in the getting-up of The Miller and his Men, and Elizabeth, or the Exile of Siberia.

    A Christmas Tree

  • Out of this delight springs the toy-theatre, — there it is, with its familiar proscenium, and ladies in feathers, in the boxes! — and all its attendant occupation with paste and glue, and gum, and water colours, in the getting-up of The Miller and his Men, and Elizabeth, or the Exile of Siberia.

    A Christmas Tree

  • I waited patiently until Martin's nominal getting-up time before entering his room.

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  • One morning, after she had become so seriously unwell as to have had a blister applied to her side (the sore from which was not perfectly healed), when the getting-up bell was heard, poor Maria moaned out that she was so ill, so very ill, she wished she might stop in bed; and some of the girls urged her to do so, and said they would explain it all to Miss Temple, the superintendent.

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