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It had been his intention before arriving there, to arraign his wife again for having let Orlean go West in the beginning.
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX
If you persist, I shall positively arraign you at the bar of good breeding and fashion.
BENTLEY'S MISCELLANY, VOLUME IIVARIOUS
Then suddenly he found himself disposed to arraign himself for selfishly clinging to his ideals.
DAVID DUNNEBELLE KANARIS MANIATES
There is certainly a possibility that I may arraign myself against his dearest interests.
DOCTOR GRIMSHAWE'S SECRETNATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
At first I supposed the intention was to arraign me before the high court of Thousandacres, but in this I was in error.
THE CHAINBEARERJ. FENIMORE COOPER
Nay, the proceedings I now arraign derive their fearful consequence only from this connection.
CHARLES SUMNER; HIS COMPLETE WORKS, VOLUME 5 (OF 20)CHARLES SUMNER
It is unnecessary to arraign further damning evidence against the Georgian tutor.
ROWLANDSON'S OXFORDA. HAMILTON GIBBS
He would therefore warn his subjects to be cautious how they ventured to arraign his conduct.
OLD AND NEW LONDONWALTER THORNBURY
As soon as the barber was able to make himself heard again, he began to arraign both master and squire.
THE STORY OF DON QUIXOTEARVID PAULSON, CLAYTON EDWARDS, AND MIGUEL DE CERVANTES SAAVEDRA
It is not given to mortals to examine or arraign the decrees of the Deity, but to hear and to obey.
VISITS AND SKETCHES AT HOME AND ABROAD WITH TALES AND MISCELLANIES NOW FIRST COLLECTEDANNA JAMESON
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