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A slow smile dawned on Jane's lips as she perused the agitating note.

Several of them had been in prison for agitating against the social order.

Pelle the Conqueror, CompleteMartin Anderson Nexo

Also another most important question was agitating him: What should he do with it?

The Woman's WayCharles Garvice

It is easy to imagine the agitating effect of such a correspondence upon Beaconsfield.

Queen VictoriaLytton Strachey

In agitating for the ballot Lucretia Mott and her fellow and sister suffragists builded better than they knew.

The boy, taught by misfortune, divined the thoughts that were agitating his sister.

His letters throw light on the constitutional struggle then agitating the English world.

During all this time, he was thinking out the portentous question that was agitating a tempest.

This may be easily effected by agitating the water in contact with fresh air, or by forcing air through it by means of bellows.

And amidst all these agitating events the Company has preserved strict and unsuspected neutrality.

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