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Hard Times (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) by Charles Dickens

By Charles Dickens

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Sir,’ to Mr. Gradgrind, ‘I was addressing myself to you. ’ asked Mr. ’ ‘Offered at the Garters four times last night, and never done ‘em once,’ said Master Kidderminster. ’ ‘Didn’t do what he ought to do. Was short in his leaps and bad in his tumbling,’ Mr. Childers interpreted. ’ said Mr. ’ ‘In a general way that’s missing his tip,’ Mr. E. W. B. Childers answered. ’ ejaculated Bounderby, with his laugh of laughs. ’ ‘Lower yourself, then,’ retorted Cupid. ‘Oh Lord! ’ said Mr. Gradgrind, turning, and knitting his brows on him.

I suppose, however, he had this move in his mind - he was always half-cracked - and then considered her provided for. If you should happen to have looked in to-night, for the purpose of telling him that you were going to do her any little service,’ said Mr. ’ ‘On the contrary,’ returned Mr. Gradgrind. ‘I came to tell him that her connections made her not an object for the school, and that she must not attend any more. ’ Upon this, Mr. Childers politely betook himself, with his equestrian walk, to the landing outside the door, and there stood stroking his face, and softly whistling.

W. B. Childers, facing about. ‘I am telling your friend what’s the fact; if you don’t like to hear it, you can avail yourself of the open air. You give it mouth enough, you do; but give it mouth in your own building at least,’ remonstrated E. W. B. with stern irony. ‘Don’t give it mouth in this building, till you’re called upon. ’ ‘Perhaps so,’ replied Mr. Bounderby, rattling his money and laughing. ’ said Childers. ’ Eyeing Mr. Bounderby from head to foot again, he turned from him, as from a man finally disposed of, to Mr.

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