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Tis true, 'said Peter,' I'm alive: I keep my station in the world: Once in the week I just contrive To get my whiskers oiled and curled.
Weeks to Philip seemed a man of middle age, but he was in point of fact little more than thirty.
In that day, a master may hire a man for only just one day, or one week, or one month at a time, if he wants to.
Now it seems to me unfair, Dowley, and a deadly peril to all of us, that because you thoughtlessly confessed, a while ago, that within a week you have paid a cent and fifteen mil --"
A sea trip does you good when you are going to have a couple of months of it, but, for a week, it is wicked.
He said they would do him for the whole week at two pounds five.
Why, I pay five dollars a week for board now, an' there's nothin' excitin' about it, you can lay to that.
Three dollars a week, an' four dollars a week, an' a young boy cookin' for himself on an oil-burner an' layin' up money, workin' all day an' studyin' all night, just workin' an' never playin', never havin' a good time, an' never learnin' how to have a good time - of course his thirty thousand came along too late.
By the bye, we shall have to be a little feudal next week.
Things will have cleared up, I dare say, by next week.
I wonder if you'd he so superior and snippy if you had to live on six dollars a week.
At the end of it the girl who had carried the red flag went downtown and got a position in a great department store, at a salary of two dollars and a half a week.
And every week the managers of it got together and compared notes, and there was one scale for all the workers in the yards and one standard of efficiency.
Now, if I have remained, it was only in compliance with the desire of your general, his honor having requested me not to depart without a last audience, which fixed at a week hence.
Then the time limited for his absence would be a week.