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a building or complex in which an industry is located

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This work was divided into four (Suidas says five) books, the last one (or two) of which was known as the "Eoiae" and may have been again a distinct poem: the curious title will be explained presently.
To the "Catalogues", as we have said, was appended another work, the "Eoiae".
This great work must be completed within eight months, so that you have 2,543,400 cubic feet of earth to excavate in 255 days; that is to say, in round numbers,
At this point the excavation exhibited a depth of six and a half feet and the work of the masonry was begun.
Now, it is with the view of giving a little additional help to all those who find themselves in this position that I proceed to put forth my own personal interpretation of the more abstruse passages in this work.
Perhaps it would be as well to start out with a broad and rapid sketch of Nietzsche as a writer on Morals, Evolution, and Sociology, so that the reader may be prepared to pick out for himself, so to speak, all passages in this work bearing in any way upon Nietzsche's views in those three important branches of knowledge.
There are all stages of being out of work in Packingtown, and he faced in dread the prospect of reaching the lowest.
With a wet towel bound about his aching brow, he had been at work all day.
The thought pleased the good cobbler very much; and one evening, when all the things were ready, they laid them on the table, instead of the work that they used to cut out, and then went and hid themselves, to watch what the little elves would do.
These were the ambitious youths of the race, at work with an earnestness that put to shame the conventional student life of most educational institutions.
I take it as proof that Berkeley's metaphysics did not work, because--" Ernest paused calmly for a moment.
Adrienne had conscientiously taken the time used to sell the thimble from her morning's work on me.
Dog-Tooth had a big canoe made, and, many more men he took from work, who did nothing and lay in the sun, save only when Dog-Tooth went in the canoe, when they paddled for him.
In the very heat of the day the mowing did not seem such hard work to him.
But the difficulty is not nearly so great as it at first appears: all this beautiful work can be shown, I think, to follow from a few very simple instincts.