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food and lodging provided in addition to money

set up or found

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I glanced furtively at my pedometer, and found I had made 47 miles.
Postscript--I did not tell you that Blandly, who, by the way, is to send a consort after us if we don't turn up by the end of August, had found an admirable fellow for sailing master--a stiff man, which I regret, but in all other respects a treasure.
She took the knife and tried to strike the youth, and he even tried to cut himself with it, but found it impossible.
When I came to Pate, in hopes of meeting with my associate, I found that he was gone to Mombaza, in hopes of receiving information.
With all my heart," said Don Quixote, and reading it aloud as Sancho had requested him, he found it ran thus:
Exploring, I found another short gallery running transversely to the first.
A few articles, however, could not be found genuine at Vanity Fair.
She found him sleeping heavily, and all her efforts to awaken him were of no avail.
Rot," said Good; "whoever heard of water being found at the top of a hill
The nail would be found at last, but by that time he would have lost the hammer.
After the coming of freedom there were two points upon which practically all the people on our place were agreed, and I found that this was generally true throughout the South: that they must change their names, and that they must leave the old plantation for at least a few days or weeks in order that they might really feel sure that they were free.
The life and character I have found portrayed there have appealed always to the consciousness of right and wrong implanted in me; and from no one has this appeal been stronger than from George Eliot.
The strangers entered the first house they came to, which was also the largest, and found the floor strewn with pieces of the people who lived there.
He went up to it and found that the gold bottle that contained the precious powder had dropped upon the stand and scattered its life-giving grains over the machine.
I found the bottle of brandy in the place indicated, but no liqueur-glass in the backgammon-board.