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A Nurse

Man has three duties –duty to God, duty to parents and duty to mankind. A nurse is such a person who dedicates her whole life to the service of the people who are ill, injured and wounded. The field she renders her dedicated service is called nursing. The job of a nurse is very novel. It enables a person to serve the suffering humanity. The job of a nurse is very tiring. She is always busy. She looks after the patients, pushes them injection when necessary. A doctor only prescribes medicines but it is a nurse who helps the patients in taking medicines. A nurse is very vigilant. She renders her heartfelt service to mitigate the agonies and sufferings of the patients admitted to hospitals and clinics. She shares the sorrow and sufferings of the patients. The importance of a nurse beggars description. Hospitals and clinics cannot go even a single a day without a nurse.

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A Railway Station

A railway station is a place where trains stop and start from. Passengers get onto the train and get down from the train there. It has a platform for passengers. In a big railway station, there is a shed over the platform but at a small station, it is open. A railway station has its master’s office, a booking office and waiting rooms for men and women. There are restaurants, bookstalls and stationery shops in it. A railway station is always a crowded place. Passengers come and go there. People are found in a long line to buy tickets. They push one another to go ahead. When the train arrives, the station becomes a noisy place, but when the train whistles away it becomes calm and quiet. The flagman moves with red and green flags. A railway station is a place of great noise.

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A railway station is an establishment on the side of a track. Here the trains stop to take and leave passengers and goods. It may be comparatively crowded or lonely in accordance with its location and importance. It is a self-complete complex with raised platforms to accommodate trains and buildings to house the station master’s office together with passengers waiting rooms and other offices. It also accommodates godowns, ticket counters as well as the fixtures, fittings, and installations that facilitate arrival, stoppage, and departure of trains running up and down. In big stations, corrugated tin sheds are put up overhead as a protection from sun and shower. The usual scene at a railway station is one of din and bustle. It rises to a peak when a passengers’ train arrives. A railway station is an indispensable establishment in the railway system.

Same paragraph collected from another book

A railway station is known by itself. It is a building beside a railway line. The running railway carriages stop here for a short time and give facility to passengers to get in and get down. Many posters and placards are seen pasted on its wall as advertisement in order to make the different goods popular. It is not always busy. When it is time for the arrival of a train, it starts into activity. Then the people who have some business to distant places come to avail themselves of the train. They fill it with talks and noise. Passengers leave and the station sinks into silence again.

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A Rainy Day

A day with rain is a rainy day. A rainy day is dull the sky is overcast with black clouds. The sun is not seen. The weather is foul. From the early morning, it begins to rain in torrents. A rainy day is a curse for a poor man, He cannot go out for his daily works. He has to sit under leaky roof. A passer-by passes along a muddy and slippery road. He runs the risk of a foot-slip and a fall. He uses an umbrella. But there is hardly any protection from heavy rainfall. He gets drenched. But a rainy day is welcomed by the rich. They make the best use of the situation. Some of them make arrangements for indoor games. Some gossip and some sleep for some time. A rainy day is most welcome to students as they can easily enjoy a holiday.

Same paragraph collected from another book

On a rainy day, the sky remains overcast with clouds. The sun is not visible. It looks dull and dismal all around. It pours and drizzles continuously round the clock. Along with the sharp showers, thunder roars, lightning flashes, and a strong wind blow. Rivers, canals and tanks swell up; roads and paths get muddy and submerged; the pedestrians with umbrella overhead have to move with care and caution. All work remains practically suspended. Students cannot go to schools and colleges, and the few who go become drenched and shivering with a break-up on account of the rainy day. The labourers and day-wage-earners are hard hit on a rainy day. They cannot go out to earn their livelihood. But the even tenor of rain striking upon the tin roofs and window-panes give one a poetic mood. However, a rainy day is, after all, a day of confinement at home.

Same paragraph collected from another book

A rainy day is dull. The sky is overcast with black clouds. The sun is not seen. The weather is foul. From the early morning, it begins to rain in torrents. A rainy day is a curse for a poor man. He cannot go out for his daily works. He has to sit under leaky roof. A passer-by passes along a muddy and slippery road. He runs the of a foot slip and a fall. He uses an umbrella. But there is hardly any protection from heavy rainfall. He gets drenched. But a rainy day is welcomed by the rich. They make the best use of the situation. Some of them make arrangements for indoor games, some gossip and some sleep for some time. A rainy day is most welcome to students as they can easily enjoy a holiday.

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A Shop Keeper

A man who keeps his own shop and sells goods to the customers is called shopkeeper. He behaves well with the customers is known as a good shopkeeper. A shopkeeper is a person of a pleasing personality. He is always found smiling with his customers. He not only thinks of his own interest but also considers the interests of the customers. He never cheats his customers and never sells bad items to his customers. A shopkeeper takes a reasonable price for his goods. If sometimes any customer complains against any goods a shopkeeper is ready to change the goods. Very often a shopkeeper helps his customer in making good choice about the things to buy. In short, we can say that a shopkeeper knows how to deal in and deal with.

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A Sleepless Night

I have experience of a sleepless night. It was a fearful night. There was a cyclone on the 20th instant. It began to drizzle from evening with occasions bursts of wind. About midnight, the cyclone burst in full fury. It seemed nature had gone mad. I was alone that day in my house. I had shut all the doors and windows of my room, still, I could hear the roar of blasts and crashes of falling trees. Even the doors and windows began to rattle as if by an earthquake. Deep darkness enveloped the environment. Peals of thunder together with flashes of lightning seized me with fright and dread. I felt helpless and began to pray to God to stop the scourge. Now and then there might be a state of lull. But this was followed by blasts of greater force. Eventually, it blew off the roofs of the house, uprooted the trees and plants. swept away the mutilated corrugated tins and broken branches of trees. People began to raise a hue and cry at dead of night. These shouts and shrieks frightened me. I could not utter any sound in fear. When, at last storm abated, it was nest morning. It was the bitterest experience of my life that will remain fresh in my memory for many years to come.

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