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The Trespasser

By: D. H. Lawrence

... night; but the tearing along of the taxis and the charge of a great motor-bus was painful to her. ‘Discords,’ she said, ‘after the trees and sea.’ Sh...

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Mudfog & Other Sketches

By: Charles Dickens
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The Tragedy of Puddnhead Wilson: And the Comedy Those Extraordinary Twins

By: Mark Twain
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The Wheels of Chance a Bicycling Idyll

By: H. G. Wells
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A Modern Telemachus

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge
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Essay on Man

By: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744

...ttle can be known; To see all others’ faults, and feel our own: Condemn’d in bus’ness or in arts to drudge, Without a second, or without a judge: Trut...

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The Real Thing

By: Henry James

...ince their arrival. “I’m all in a soak; there was a mess of people in the ‘bus. I wish you lived near a stytion,” said Miss Churm. I requested her to ...

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Dombey and Son

By: Charles Dickens
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Vittoria

By: George Meredith
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The Argonautica

By: Apollonius Rhodius

...es in the garden of Atlas; and all around the nymphs, the Hesperides, were bus ied, chanting their lovely song. But at that time, stricken by Heracle...

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Some Reminiscences

By: Joseph Conrad

...and suddenly, with a terrific jingling rattle of iron and glass, the omni- bus of the Jolliette on its last journey swung round the corner of the dead...

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Main Street

By: Sinclair Lewis

... off, in the heavy traffic of three Fords and the Mirmiemashie House Free ‘Bus. “I shall like Mr. Clark…I can’t call him `Sam’! They’re all so friendl... ...of ‘em was a great big car that must of cost two thousand dollars—and the ‘bus was starting for a train with five elegant-dressed fellows, and a man w... ...here were so many mousey tourists who were afraid to get out of the motor ‘bus that I decided to be Annie Oakley, the Wild Western Wampire, and I boug... ...ecause of the icy roads, the only conveyance at the station was the hotel ‘bus, which they missed while 416 Main Street Kennicott was giving his trun...

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A Tramp Abroad

By: Mark Twain

...st to him. You need not inquire about trains, or fares, or car changes, or hotels, or anything else. At the proper time he will put you in a cab or an... ...s to the conductor, and he took two. Then he went and got his tariff card and showed me that he had taken only the right sum. So I made a note—Italian...

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Mens Wives

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

...s not unhappy. After the pair had been married for about a year, the omni- bus that passes both by Mrs. Crump’s house near “The Wells,” and by Mrs. Wa...

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Under the Storm or Steadfasts Charge

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...s Emlyn just then. “And Stead, Jeph is an officer,” said Patience, who was bus- ied in setting before the visitor on a little round table, the 117 Yo...

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The Prince and the Pauper

By: Mark Twain

..., if its billows had been the Atlantic’s and he a lost sixpence. He very soon realised this fact, and straightway bus- ied himself about his own affai...

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The Warden

By: Anthony Trollope

...use, digesting his great thoughts, as best he might, in a clattering omni- bus, wedged in between a wet old lady and a journeyman glazier returning fr...

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Henrietta's Wish; Or, Domineering

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...ight be effectual. Mrs. Langford was the most visibly impatient. The hasty bus- tling of her very quietest steps gave such torture to Frederick, as to...

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Nostromo a Tale of the Seaboard

By: Joseph Conrad

... are said to be,” Decoud pro- nounced, inscrutably, while the Capataz, who bus- ied himself in baling out the lighter with a wooden bucket, went on th... ...harbour entrance, and, let- ting the tiller swing about, squatted down and bus- ied himself in loosening the plug. With that out she would fill very q...

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Bleak House

By: Charles Dickens

...o Mrs. Bucket, after the departure of the funeral, that they should go per bus a little ways into the country and take tea at a very decent house of e...

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