She saw the superintendent of the quarry on the path ahead, and she waved.
The superintendent rushed forward to meet her.
The superintendent stood before her respectfully.
The superintendent preceded her down the path, displayed his domain to her, explained the work.
She heard the superintendent calling her name, hurrying to her up the path.
The superintendent’s eyes traveled over the pit and stopped on the man below them.
He asked: "Shall I call the superintendent?"
The contractor’s superintendent testified about the dynamite missing from the stores on the site.
The man found the superintendent who let her ride the outside hoist, as she always did—a few planks with a rope for a railing, that rose up the side of the building.
She saw, on the fence surrounding New York’s greatest building, a small tin plate bearing the words: # "Howard Roark, Architect" # She walked to the superintendent’s shed.
Yes, quite a picture, isn’t it?" the superintendent agreed.
The superintendent said: "It’s a tough crew we got down here, Miss Francon….
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Our superintendent was surprisingly good in the faculty-student basketball game.
He shook hands with them and then everybody sat down on chairs, and a gentleman in spectacles – they found afterwards that he was the District Superintendent – began quite a long speech – very clever indeed.