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Tailor's work--the finishing of men's outside garments--was the "trade" learned most frequently by women in [the 1820s and 1830s], ...
The fort was the first institution that was founded here, and it is amusing to read in Champlain how assiduously they worked at it ...
When I was a bachelor, I lived by myself
And I worked at the weaver's trade;
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Fasten your hair with a golden pin,
And bind up every wandering tress;
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... a curious superstition. This is the belief that, if there be introspection at all, it must give exhaustive and infallible info ...
The cleaning lady deals with the patient on a human level. She's scrubbing the floor in the room and the patient says, "My son did ...
Everything that was ever to happen to me in the future had its germ or impulse in the conditions of my life on Dover Street. My fr ...
It was the most ungrateful and unjust act ever perpetrated by a republic upon a class of citizens who had worked and sacrificed an ...
[Asked if American women would ever win full suffrage:] Assuredly. I firmly believed at one time that I should live to see that da ...
The learned professors have been at considerable pains in their attempts to make a distinction between tools and implements on the ...
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