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  • The contractor’s superintendents did not.
  • 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.
    Edith Nesbit  --  The Railway Children

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