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A Christmas Carol
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apprentice
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A Christmas Carol
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  • Martha, who was a poor apprentice at a milliner’s, then told them what kind of work she had to do, and how many hours she worked at a stretch, and how she meant to lie abed to-morrow morning for a good long rest; to-morrow being a holiday she passed at home.
  • The Spirit signed to him to listen to the two apprentices, who were pouring out their hearts in praise of Fezziwig: and when he had done so, said, "Why!

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  • She is a carpenter’s apprentice.
  • She apprentices with a carpenter.

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