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    Dear Sir,

    I am not sure I understand the meaning of these sentences. It says" We have, as it were, just landed on these shores; there is a vast deal to be done; and he who will not be doing, must be set down as a drone." What does "must be set down as a drone" mean?

    "Way up high, you are thinking." What does "Way up high" mean?

    Thanks:)

    Emily

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    Re: What does this mean???

    He who will not be doing, must be set down as a drone.
    If a person doesn't pitch in and help out, s/he will be considered lazy.

    Way up high, you are thinking.
    Without additional context, I'd have to guess: above us.

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