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an unskilled worker paid by the day.
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Once hardly thought worthy of a
's hire, she ranks to-day with a policeman in pay and privilege.
It's not about the guy sneaking across the border to come work as a
to support his family.
Discussion followed concerning
location in the city.
He has also worked in automotive sales and as a
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