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She began to chafe under the guidance of Japan, but she did not chafe long.
This had come to be the recognised and established state of things; but as John was very anxious to flourish his supremacy before the eyes of Mr Chester, he did that day exceed himself, and did so goad and chafe his son and heir, that but for Joe's having made a solemn vow to keep his hands in his pockets when they were not otherwise engaged, it is impossible to say what he might have done with them.
Tommy, the littlest Tugboat, chafes when his mother tugboat tells him to stay home during stormy weather, while his bigger siblings are hard at work.