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  • She had next place at the table to me in the paper-box factory.


  • And when I was working in the paper-box factory I thought I loved a clerk in Kahn's


  • He worked as a night watchman, hawked potatoes on the street, pasted labels in a cannery warehouse, was utility man in a paper-box factory, and water-carrier for a street railway construction gang, and even joined the Dishwashers 'Union just before it fell to pieces.

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  • When you left the orphan asylum and how old you were, how long you worked in the jute mills, the cannery, the paper-box factory, the laundry -- maybe you think I can't do addition.


  • Here, for instance, I wanted to have my girls taught the trade of paper-box makers.

    Les Miserables

  • When I think that I wanted to have my two girls taught the middle-class paper-box trade, the making of boxes for New

    Les Miserables

  • A little girl by the name of Agnes, who lives in Maine, and who much enjoys "The Nursery," has a beautiful, bright canary, which her papa brought her one day in a paper-box.

    The Nursery, No. 106, October, 1875. Vol. XVIII. A Monthly Magazine for Youngest Readers

  • Or again, if he wishes the pupils to learn the construction of a paper-box or fire-place, would he not be justified in directing them to make certain folds, to do certain cutting, and to join together the various sections in a certain way, and then asking them to note the result?

    Ontario Normal School Manuals: Science of Education

  • Rosie worked in a paper-box factory, and next evening Peter took her out to dinner, and their eager flirtation went on.

    100\%: the Story of a Patriot

  • Near the ribbons we saw a paper-box factory, where a number of high-spirited young women were busy at their machines.

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