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Then he went out and took his place with the mob of the unemployed.
When I am quite determined as to the time, I am not at all afraid of being long unemployed.
Depend upon it that whatever unemployed sum may remain, when I make up my accounts in the spring, I would even rather lay it uselessly by than dispose of it in a manner so painful to you.
Take one day; share it into sections; to each section apportion its task: leave no stray unemployed quarters of an hour, ten minutes, five minutes--include all; do each piece of business in its turn with method, with rigid regularity.
During your absence upstairs," he continued, addressing himself to Magdalen, "my mind has not been unemployed.
When the latter was unemployed, he sometimes walked with us to show us the boats and ships, and once or twice he took us for a row.
The unemployed bystanders drew back when they saw me, and so I became aware of my sister - lying without sense or movement on the bare boards where she had been knocked down by a tremendous blow on the back of the head, dealt by some unknown hand when her face was turned towards the fire - destined never to be on the Rampage again, while she was the wife of Joe.
Now that these unions are beaten, helpless, and drifting to bankruptcy as the proportion of unemployed men in their ranks becomes greater, they are being petted and made much of by our class; an infallible sign that they are making no further progress in their duty of destroying us.
No doubt in that perfect world there had been no unemployed problem, no social question left unsolved.
By eight o'clock a number of boys and unemployed men had already started for the common to see the "dead men from Mars.
My lord, there has stood for six years at your very door a man such as I describe, and during those six years he has been unappreciated and unemployed by you.
You would be away teaching in close, noisy school-rooms, from morning till evening, and I should be lingering at home, unemployed and solitary; I should get depressed and sullen, and you would soon tire of me.