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TILESTasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies
TILESTransition/Independent Living/Employment/Support (Florida)
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He went down on his knees and rapidly examined every one of the paving tiles. Daddy Jacques went on:
"When was the last time you washed these tiles?" he asked, and he fixed on Daddy Jacques a most searching look.
The floors are of square tiles, the chairs and tables of black-looking wood with thin crooked legs and puppy feet.
He came and took up his abode here, taught his wife, her aged mother, and his own mother how to make tiles, and made workmen of them.
He would hurry over to Grenoble in the morning, and sell his bricks and tiles there; then he would return home about the middle of the day, and go back again to the town at night.
"He has not forgotten to send the thousand tiles to the Grange-aux- Belles for me?"
The tile factory that used to look so empty, melancholy, ill-kept, and useless, is now in full work, astir with life, and well stocked with everything required.
Great ditches had to be dug and thousands of tile laid.
The gabled brick, tile, and freestone houses had almost dried off for the season their integument of lichen, the streams in the meadows were low, and in the sloping High Street, from the West Gateway to the mediaeval cross, and from the mediaeval cross to the bridge, that leisurely dusting and sweeping was in progress which usually ushers in an old-fashioned market-day.
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