DECENT


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DECENTDistribution of Exact Classical Energy Transfer Approximation
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The decent hair-guard that went round his neck and took care of his decent silver watch was an object of envy to her.
Sometimes women from the house would be given places alongside of decent girls, and after other decent girls had been turned off to make room for them.
But there was no place a girl could go in Packingtown, if she was particular about things of this sort; there was no place in it where a prostitute could not get along better than a decent girl.
Granted that my father was misinformed, would it not have been more decent to withhold the letter and communicate with him in private?
Jenny now lifted her eyes from the ground, and with a modest look and decent voice thus began:--
I like decent cats reasonably well; but I don't like beasties of your complexion.
But no decent, grown-up cat should be done to death -- unless he sucks eggs.
Everybody sees that things are going so badly that they cannot be allowed to go on so and that it is the duty of all decent men to counteract it as far as they can.
It's away from the railway; it's away from the high-road: it's kept by a decent, respectable Scotchwoman--"
You've got as much money to waste as any of 'em, and yet you stick to what's decent and moderate.
You've got the money and the looks, and you're a decent boy.
If decent people won't go into it, of course it's bound to go all wrong.