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  • Thus Miss Sonntag talked all the way down to Healey Hanson's.
    Chapter 29 (27% in)
  • Verona had for six months been filing-clerk at the Gruensberg Leather Company offices, with a prospect of becoming secretary to Mr. Gruensberg and thus, as Babbitt defined it, "getting some good out of your expensive college education till you're ready to marry and settle down."
    Chapter 2 (25% in)
  • Thus he was greeted by the villagers.
    Chapter 3 (63% in)
  • Thus, laden with treasure, after three and a half blocks of romantic adventure, he drove up to the club.
    Chapter 5 (21% in)
  • Thus did Babbitt enter, and to the group standing by the cigar-counter he whooped, "How's the boys?
    Chapter 5 (26% in)
  • Reassured thus of their high fondness, Babbitt grunted, "You're a fine guy, you are!
    Chapter 5 (45% in)
  • This opposition had been crushed when the secretary of the Chamber of Commerce had reported to a committee of manufacturers that in every city where he had appeared, Mr. Monday had turned the minds of workmen from wages and hours to higher things, and thus averted strikes.
    Chapter 7 (68% in)
  • Thus nobly endowed, and keyed high by the discovery that he was a natural orator, he was popular with audiences, and he raged through the campaign, renowned not only in the Seventh and Eighth Wards but even in parts of the Sixteenth.
    Chapter 14 (8% in)
  • He was plumply pleased by salutes on the street from unknown small boys; his ears were tickled to ruddy ecstasy by hearing himself called "Colonel;" and if he did not attend Sunday School merely to be thus exalted, certainly he thought about it all the way there.
    Chapter 17 (67% in)
  • Thus it came to pass that in the Sunday Advocate-Times, under a picture of Dr. Drew at his earnestest, with eyes alert, jaw as granite, and rustic lock flamboyant, appeared an inscription—a wood-pulp tablet conferring twenty-four hours' immortality: The Rev. Dr. John Jennison Drew, M.A., pastor of the beautiful Chatham Road Presbyterian Church in lovely Floral Heights, is a wizard soul-winner.
    Chapter 17 (84% in)
  • Thus certain of the options which Babbitt and Thompson obtained were on parcels of real estate which they themselves owned, though the property did not appear in their names.
    Chapter 19 (9% in)
  • Next day he hired in Graff's place Fritz Weilinger, the salesman of his most injurious rival, the East Side Homes and Development Company, and thus at once annoyed his competitor and acquired an excellent man.
    Chapter 19 (36% in)
  • Only thus did Joe recognize the friendship Babbitt was offering him.
    Chapter 25 (46% in)
  • Thus it came to him merely to run away was folly, because he could never run away from himself.
    Chapter 25 (95% in)
  • When he had thus established himself as a person unemotional and interested only in business, he sauntered out.
    Chapter 28 (11% in)
  • There are those who have seen the rim and outer seeming of the logos there are those who have glimpsed and in enthusiasm possessed themselves of some segment and portion of the Logos there are those who thus flicked but not penetrated and radioactivated by the Dynamis go always to and fro assertative that they possess and are possessed of the Logos and the Metaphysikos but this word I bring you this concept I enlarge that those that are not utter are not even inceptive and that...
    Chapter 30 (76% in)
  • Thus stimulated, Babbitt was reckless when he encountered Sheldon Smeeth, educational director of the Y.M.C.A. and choir-leader of the Chatham Road Church.
    Chapter 32 (95% in)

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