repeated Mr Merdle, checking
something like a groan.
But I so far succeeded in checking
the expression of this view that I will throw, just here, no further light on it than may be offered by the mention of my final observation to Mrs.
It made a mad enthusiasm that, it seemed, would be incapable of checking
itself before granite and brass.
Look at this broad-shouldered man with the bare muscular arms, and the thick, firm, black hair tossed about like trodden meadow-grass whenever he takes off his paper cap, and with the strong barytone voice bursting every now and then into loud and solemn psalm-tunes, as if seeking an outlet for superfluous strength, yet presently checking
himself, apparently crossed by some thought which jars with the singing.
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