BOILER


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Eggs, boilers, hydrangeas, maids--of such were their lives compact.
It was never easy to get plenty of hot water, since the kitchen boiler did not work, and it was impossible for two persons to have a bath on the same day.
His manoeuvre was, however, delayed by a boiler explosion on board the Susquehanna, and dawn found this ship in sight of and indeed so close to the Bremen and Weimar that they instantly engaged.
Then that launch would give one final shriek of a whistle that would nearly burst the boiler, and she would reverse her engines, and blow off steam, and swing round and get aground; everyone on board of it would rush to the bow and yell at us, and the people on the bank would stand and shout to us, and all the other passing boats would stop and join in, till the whole river for miles up and down was in a state of frantic commotion.
In one company dinner was ready, and the soldiers were gazing eagerly at the steaming boiler, waiting till the sample, which a quartermaster sergeant was carrying in a wooden bowl to an officer who sat on a log before his shelter, had been tasted.
Well, she was born the week I bought the boiler, so she'll be one-and-fifty (no less
South of the Slot were the factories, slums, laundries, machine-shops, boiler works, and the abodes of the working class.
asked Tom, investigating the kitchen boiler with deep interest.
One day it was a grapevine, and another day it was a boiler, and another day it was the key of the front-parlour closet at the bottom of the water-butt, and so on through a hundred items.
I came upon a boiler wallowing in the grass, then found a path leading up the hill.
The hiss of the boiler could be heard on the distant rails, and the rumble of something heavy.
The exclusive possession of a marine boiler had given Falk the whiphand of us all.