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" All that could be done was to go over for a few days, or a week or two, at a time, to superintend the Bible-women, leaving Miss Parslee to take care of the work in Jandiala. "
Winter Camping - Page 16
by Warwick Stevens Carpenter - 1920 - 164 pages
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 32

Great Britain - 1836
...maintained herself and child by knitting, and by the kindness of labourers' families, who took her in for a few days or a week or two at a time, charging her nothing for her lodging, but she was occasionally obliged to beg for her food. From the...
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Maidenhood, Volume 1

Sara Anna Marsh - 1867
...major-domo, with a proper establishment of domestics. It was a show place, and only tenanted by its owner for a few days, or a week or two at a time ; though, on certain days in the week, always accessible to visitors. Mr. Hamilton had, for the last...
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India's Women, Volume 5

Missions - 1885
...remain at Ajnala, as we had hoped, to systematise the work there. All that could be done was to go over for a few days, or a week or two, at a time, to superintend the Bible-women, leaving Miss Parslee to take care of the work in Jandiala. 'April 24th...
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Report of the Board of consulting engineers for the Panama canal

United States. Board of Consulting Engineers on Panama Canal, Isthmian Canal Commission (U.S.) - History - 1906 - 426 pages
...but there lias been one in commission. Sometimes it would be out of commission or it would be idle for a few days or a week or two at a time, repairing machinery or something of that sort, but one dredge has been sufficient to keep that channel...
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Report of the Board of Consulting Engineers for the Panama Canal: Maps

United States. Board of Consulting Engineers on Panama Canal, George Whitefield Davis, John Frank Stevens, John Findley Wallace - Panama Canal (Panama) - 1906 - 426 pages
...capacity, but there has been one in commission. Sometimes it would be out of commission or it would he idle for a few days or a week or two at a time, repairing machiner}' or something of that sort, but one dredge has been sufficient to keep that channel...
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