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  • 1365370Q18912094Michael DrudgeMichaelDrudgeDrudge,_Michael20th centuryAmerican journalist. El Salvador Bureau Chief for United Press International. State
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  • Ab Khail VOA Report  (2002)  by Michael Drudge 178149Ab Khail VOA ReportMichael Drudge2002 Last Saturday, American troops in Afghanistan ran into
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  • hired buffoon, A monthly scribbler of some low lampoon, Coudemn`d to drudge, the meanest of the mean, And furbish falsehoods for a magazine, Dcvotes
    325 bytes (497 words) - 12:57, 20 August 2014
  • Honour'd and soldier-like imprisonment, And that he be not manacled and made A drudge to his proud foe. And here I vow, Never to dream of seemless amorous toys
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  • her life. He died 11 July 1745. He was a careful and industrious literary drudge, though by no means a lively writer. He was author or editor of the following:
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  • posture on the seat and watched him as he walked away. ‘My scapegoat and my drudge at school,’ he said, raising his head to look after him; ‘my friend of later
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  • thinks was ‘what he was born to.’ He is now a ‘willing and everlasting drudge to the quill.’ In 1706 he published ‘Dunton's Whipping-post, or a Satire
    326 bytes (2,097 words) - 20:12, 27 February 2011
  • wrong tracks, crippled me for life, lost me my run, and made a pensioned drudge of me for the rest of my years," declared the helper bitterly. By five o'clock
    285 bytes (1,264 words) - 13:36, 28 January 2013
  • Nickleby," said Squeers when his consort had hurried away, pushing the drudge before her. "Indeed, Sir! " observed Nicholas. "I don't know her equal,"
    395 bytes (5,166 words) - 11:50, 14 September 2015
  • for all—there is a surplus of everything, and no one is required to be a drudge; but, by following the "gospel of greed," a few have taken possession of
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  • law line; and with him the daughter had lived. Emma guessed him to be the drudge of some attorney, and too stupid to rise. And all the grandeur of the connexion
    278 bytes (1,662 words) - 06:44, 27 May 2013
  • dilatory, the skilled artisan and the common laborer, the genius and the drudge. . . . Such a plan of remunerating all alike will ultimately eliminate from
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  • the notitia of divers modern authors, whilst Mr. Wood was day and night drudging in those more ancient.’ Among his other chief contributions to literature
    318 bytes (484 words) - 12:51, 28 January 2011
  • waight of their bodies, so diligently looke to their businesse, that no drudge nor skullion can doe the feate more cunningly. Whom the popular sort herevpon
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  • the weary gait of thousands of city clerks, scholars, lawyers, newspaper drudges, and even physicians. Housewives, after dinner, have generally the good
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  • edition of 9, and generally mean; 2, young and sprightly; 1, a commonplace drudge. "In this style the whole multiplication-table consisted of the actions
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  • sent to a private school in Oxford kept by Edward Sylvester, ‘the common drudge of the university,’ whence, at the early age of thirteen, he was entered
    326 bytes (2,776 words) - 11:01, 31 January 2011
  • Office as a clerk of the seventh class; prevented from marriage; forced to drudge at an uninteresting occupation for a miserable stipend; obliged to live
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  • to become an author,' and sank in time to be a 'willing and everlasting drudge to the quill'! In 1705 he published his Life and Errors, a book which makes
    304 bytes (7,721 words) - 21:34, 23 November 2014
  • division of labor which compels the father of a family to be too much of a drudge ever to be a guide, and leaves his children's education to the precarious
    689 bytes (35 words) - 03:15, 23 August 2015

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