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  • Here, a couple of small billiard tables and several checkerboards were being used by young working-men, who waited in relays for their turn at the games, while many men were sitting around, smoking, reading, and mending their clothes.

    COFFEE-HOUSES AND DOSS-HOUSES

  • Ferdinand Lassalle dressed with elegance for his working-men audiences, with the hope, he said, of reminding them that there was something better than their shabbiness.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • He is fastidiously nauseated at the thought of two prize-fighters bruising each other with their fists; and at the same time, because it will cost him some money, he will refuse to protect the machines in his factory, though he is aware that the lack of such protection every year mangles, batters, and destroys out of all humanness thousands of working-men, women, and children.

    The Somnambulists

  • There he addressed audiences consisting of ordinary working-men—labourers and mine workers in the main.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • There he addressed audiences consisting of ordinary working-men—labourers and mine workers in the main.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • There he addressed audiences consisting of ordinary working-men—labourers and mine workers in the main.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • There he addressed audiences consisting of ordinary working-men—labourers and mine workers in the main.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • There he addressed audiences consisting of ordinary working-men—labourers and mine workers in the main.

    Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man’s Smile

  • It is becoming apparent that, as they become increasingly exposed to her, working-men, women, and Latinos are growing less receptive to her condescending and fatuous lies.

    Tom D'Antoni: Clinton Campaign Sets the Blood Boiling

  • Nevertheless, before the united working-men of the country, seeking really national objects and noble ends, by methods that are just and in harmony with the institutions under which we live, the tyranny of capital will end.

    Black and White

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