References in classic literature ?
the magistrate will tranquilly arrange the wages from now clear away down into the nineteenth century; and then all of a sudden the wage-earner will consider that a couple of thousand years or so is enough of this one-sided sort of thing; and he will rise up and take a hand in fixing his wages himself.
Here it is," he answered, pulling off his blouse and fixing it to the stick.
I don't know what gives it that simply gorgeous look, whether it's the full curtains, or that elegant screen, or Rebecca's lamp; but you certainly do have a faculty for fixing up.
Woodhouse, shaking his head and fixing his eyes on her with tender concern.
ROBERT Ferrars--I never saw him in my life; but," fixing her eyes upon Elinor, "to his eldest brother.