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After being apprised of the developments, Cherri Armstrong, a 20-year-old registered Democrat who works at an Amazon warehouse, didn’t like what she was hearing about either man.
The next consideration is, how to apprise his wife; at least, what we ought to tell her if he be incapable of writing.
On our arrival we gave one yell or whoop, to apprise the enemy of our presence in the field.
She would hasten to apprise Mistress Bliss of the good news.
They apprise him also of his confirmation as "Governor of our Plantation," and of the names of the Councillors joined with him.
By this act, you not only take his Pawn, but you attack his King, and must apprise him of his danger by calling "check."
And, it being a Sunday, Arabella Clinker wrote to her mother to apprise her of these events.
The "Journal Officiel" and special posters will apprise the public of the measures taken in the interest of public order.
The fruit-seller was far too wise a woman to call after the other and apprise her of the loss.
After that he hailed a fisherman, engaged him to go across to Solomon River and apprise the Bluebird.
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