You were unlucky, and a man working for MacBride can't afford to be unlucky; so he told me to come and finish the job.
The typewritten letter to MacBride & Company lay at his elbow.
Dr. MacBride has given a very interesting and illustrative case of this disease.
If we don't, MacBride will just make up his mind we're no good.
Indeed Dr. MacBride says, that he could only restore very thin pieces of putrid flesh by means of fixed air.
Mr. MacBride says that you can have all January for a vacation if you get it through.
But Dr. MacBride never thought once of the lives of these waifs.
I'd like to know why I ain't entitled to a night's sleep as well as MacBride.
Douglass is going to have MacBride make up half a dozen more machines.
He looked at Small and then he turned and looked at MacBride.