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    set to work

    1. If Tahlmute had noticed he was glad he didn't get charged that much for the Brazilian crate and set to work on the cargo without having to be told, Taktor probably would have stayed and help unload the cargo also

    2. Nine heads simultaneously bowed over the pages of questions and essay topics and set to work

    3. He woke it up and it set to work

    4. She decided that the 'session ID' was really just that and set to work trying to get one open

    5. So Janice set to work, knowing that she had to do what she could, but also knowing that there was less than little chance that this brave young man would last the night

    6. The best she could do was stretch her chain toward the nearest ewe, kneel by its side, and set to work filling the basin

    7. ‘Same as if he had a bone in his throat,’ said the Gryphon: and it set to work shaking him and punching him in the back

    8. As soon as the jury had a little recovered from the shock of being upset, and their slates and pencils had been found and handed back to them, they set to work very diligently to write out a history of the accident, all except the Lizard, who seemed too much overcome to do anything but sit with its mouth open, gazing up into the roof of the court

    9. Many of the houses in the principal street were highly embellished, the walls being stuccoed in red, and finished in white; but with all this decoration there was still the filth and stench, and the hundreds of carriers were at once set to work to thoroughly cleanse and clear the end of the town occupied by the troops

    10. 'Same as if he had a bone in his throat,' said the Gryphon: and it set to work shaking him and punching him in the back

    11. Zinsmann set to work demonstrating how to dismantle and reassemble each of the weapons, with Colling interpreting his instructions

    12. He presented himself to Henry, who welcomed him stiffly (they already knew each other and were not friends), then set to work dealing with any health problems in our tumen

    13. We got back late in the afternoon and set to work on the deer

    14. The rest of the Ordu returned with their winter meat and set to work on it, so Aspenquid had to go back on duty

    15. He took in the scene without a word and set to work at Virginia’s shackles

    16. the organized band of invisible helpers was founded and set to work

    17. We immediately set to work preparing our uniforms, boots, and guns for the inspection

    18. Reluctantly, he set to work

    19. Star set to work cleaning up as Max had directed and stayed overnight

    20. Millie set to work on the cuffs

    21. I set to work immediately and armed only with pen and paper, created several new designs

    22. Halfshaft had set to work as soon as he entered the chamber

    23. He put the bear out of its misery, then set to work freeing his weapon

    24. Mordan sat next to him and together they set to work

    25. But by no frame of reference were these normal dogs, for they stood upright, wearing baggy trunks and high-top sneakers, and they promptly set to work preparing themselves, tugging on gloves and bobbing and weaving and dancing foot to foot while playing one off the other

    26. headlines (some master copywriters write 150 headlines), before they set to work on the ad itself

    27. By the time Caesar stumbled into the small barrel-cramped room, Johnny had already set to work undoing his twenty year long sobriety stretch

    28. When we arrived at the Reform League headquarters, the clerks and girls had already set to work, and the office was a hive of industry in the rush of winding up the campaign

    29. Within two weeks they had completed the double cabin for Zygmunt and the man quickly set to work in his chemical shop as he concocted various recipes for gunpowder employing different varieties of charcoal and ratios of the other ingredients

    30. The dwarves are set to work in First Delve at Devil’s Mouth by Satania

    31. Ariella set to work on one of the dummies, going through the practice steps she had been taught

    32. Even though the main construction would not begin till next May, we soldiers were set to work right away, clearing the site of rubbish—the place had been used like a midden-heap for decades

    33. So I set to work as a pastime with no deadlines and as lovingly and hopefully as a sculptor works at his block of marble or a writer at his novel

    34. I dried the hair a little more and I set to work

    35. The men dutifully set to work on fulfilling her request

    36. As Jessie set to work on his daily duties of: teeth, hair, cigarette and food; Will was busying himself making breakfast with a nice cup of tea to follow

    37. methodically set to work with the finer details of his intended action

    38. Why, he did not foresee obstacles, perhaps! And how did he set to work? He took jewels worth ten or twenty roubles, stuffing his pockets with them, ransacked the old woman's trunks, her rags--and they found fifteen hundred roubles, besides notes, in a box in the top drawer of the chest! He did not know how to rob; he could only murder

    39. He had still by him one or two short tales of the same vintage as those he had inserted in "Don Quixote" and instead of continuing the adventures of Don Quixote, he set to work to write more of these "Novelas Exemplares" as he afterwards called them, with a view to making a book of them

    40. The ease with which he had knocked it to pieces disconcerted him somewhat, and to guard against that danger he set to work again, fixing bars of iron on the inside until he was satisfied with its strength; and then, not caring to try any more experiments with it, he passed it and adopted it as a helmet of the most perfect construction

    41. The dervish likewise set to work, but I soon noticed that he confined himself to

    42. The man listened to the clicking of the machine for a few minutes and then set to work to finish his copy

    43. Without waiting to clean the mud off his clothes, he ordered Budd, the pimply-faced shopman, to get out rolls of all the sixpenny papers they had, and then they both set to work and altered the price marked upon them from sixpence to a shilling

    44. Men will be given employment making bricks, woodwork, paints, glass, wallpapers and all kinds of building materials and others will be set to work building - on State land - beautiful houses, which will be let to those employed in the service of the State

    45. I pulled out my maps and traced a route I could hitchhike back to the PCT and then set to work trying to get a ride, feeling self-conscious in my metal-gray boots made of tape

    46. energy, set to work

    47. When he heard that the King was ill and that Rabscuttle had done "After five days Rabscuttle slipped out again with the children and came back all he wanted, El-ahrairah set to work to disguise himself

    48. They set to work to that would emerge inside the wood

    49. So they set to work in one of the big yellow rooms of the castle and worked for three days and four nights, hammering and twisting and bending and soldering and polishing and pounding at the legs and body and head of the Tin Woodman, until at last he was straightened out into his old form, and his joints worked as well as ever

    50. The same morning the man set to work to dig out the doe and her growing litter

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