References in classic literature ?
Miss Mackie was a member of one of the oldest and most cultured families of the North, and yet for two weeks she worked by my side cleaning windows, dusting rooms, putting beds in order, and what not.
You won't forget me, Peter, will you, before spring cleaning time comes?
But he was exactly as fascinating as ever, and they had a lovely spring cleaning in the little house on the tree tops.
He added a little sternly, "Have you forgotten that this is spring cleaning time?
She knew it was useless to say that he had let many spring cleaning times pass.
It is just for spring cleaning time," Jane said, "he wants me always to do his spring cleaning.
Jane is now a common grown-up, with a daughter called Margaret; and every spring cleaning time, except when he forgets, Peter comes for Margaret and takes her to the Neverland, where she tells him stories about himself, to which he listens eagerly.
Green's views relative to the cleaning of 'The Burgomaster's Breakfast.
This going home to clean himself is one of the man's incomprehensible compromises with inexorable facts; he, and his hat, and his boots, and his clothes, never showing any trace of cleaning, but being uniformly in one condition of dust and grit.
The phrase, rendered into plain English, signifieth, cleaning his boots.
The gush of tobacco came from the shop downstairs, and the soapy arm proceeded from the body of a servant-girl, who being then and there engaged in cleaning the stars had just drawn it out of a warm pail to take in a letter, which letter she now held in her hand, proclaiming aloud with that quick perception of surnames peculiar to her class that it was for Mister Snivelling.
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