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Enormous; huge; vast
Type of bear
List of employees and their salaries
The amount of firewood
Marvens family moved to the United States. Marven arrived at the logging camp.
Jean Louis spoke French and English. Jean Louis had a laugh that was as powerful at his ax.
Marvens home was in Duluth. Lumberjacks cut wood for a living.
He had his own bedroom. He used skis to get around in the snow.
He organized the payroll. He woke up the lumberjacks.
Marven had an excellent memory. Marven was good at math.
The lumberjacks walked in the moonlight. The men looked like a pack of frantic grizzly bears.
He was lonely and missed his mother and father. He did not want to wake up the lumberjacks.
To show what the men did for entertainment. To explain why the men could not wake up in the morning.
Meat with dairy products Beef products such as steak
Knew how to light a kerosene lamp Made up a system for paying the men
Jean Louis wiped tears from Marvens face.
Marven could write, but Jean Louis could not write. He had to use his thumbprint to sign papers.
She was proud of him. She admired him.
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