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Though the Palmdale station was a five-minute drive from his house, his agitation signaled to him that it was time to relocate to what he’d hoped would be a less relentless outpost.
THE BROKEN FRONT LINEBY AVA KOFMAN, PHOTOGRAPHY BY KENDRICK BRINSON AND DAVID WALTER BANKSAPRIL 7, 2021PROPUBLICA
In the 1970s and 1980s, Punjabi Sikhs led similar agitations that called for better government support of agriculture.
My lower-back pain was at its worst, and running only added to the agitation.
In passing to her own chamber she met the Emperor, and, in the agitation of her maternal fears, told him all that had passed.
When Stanhope entered to him, he found his guest lying on a sofa, in a high state of fever, both from his wounds and agitation.
Santa Cruz embraced him, with more agitation than his stately mien might have announced.
But agitation unlocks wayward fancies and sends them scurrying inopportunely across the very foreground of the mind.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
The agitation for Tenant-Right in Ireland is destined to fail—in fact, has virtually failed already.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
Thus the great inquiry ended; but public agitation did not cease.
But there was nothing else to do, so she went to bed, and tossed there for hours in a sort of monotonous agitation.

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