"One thing you want to be careful about, and that is to starteasy. Give one degree time to act before you start another. Theone fault of most men is that they always want to throw her wideopen. That's bad. It's dangerous, too. Wears out the motor.You don't want to do that."。，
"Yes," he said.。， "He talks about worrying," thought Carrie. "If he worried enoughhe couldn't sit there and wait for me. He'd get something to do.No man could go seven months without finding something if hetried."
"Do you rehearse in the afternoons?" Hurstwood once asked,concealing almost completely the cynical protest and regret whichprompted it.。， "Huh!" returned the grocer. "This is fine. I must have that. Ineed the money."
， "Well, when can you?" said the grocer.。， In silence Hurstwood viewed this scene, and waited. Hiscompanions took his eye for a while, though they did not interesthim much more than the cars. They were an uncomfortable-lookinggang, however. One or two were very thin and lean. Several werequite stout. Several others were rawboned and sallow, as if theyhad been beaten upon by all sorts of rough weather.