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They know I'm close to Bobby and they'd like to have him on their side, for all their avowed independence.
The thing was damaging Lincoln and the friends of freedom more than an avowed Democratic paper could.
It would seem that society was shocked at the avowed infidelity of the Augustan age.
THE APOSTLESERNEST RENAN
Mr. Clayton, of Delaware, declared to the same purpose, and avowed that Northern men could not be expected to consent to this.
She avowed her determination to conceal the secrets of the government from those who were capable of abusing her confidence.
No avowed independent thinker would be tolerated as chief ruler of any of the so-called civilized countries.
Yet, of course, St. Louis is a public place, to which I went with the avowed purpose of writing my impressions.
ABROAD AT HOMEJULIAN STREET
It was very well known that Arbitrary Power, if it was open and avowed, would never prevail here.
Nor had there been any avowed difference of construction as to the end and effect of the legislation of 1854.
This prediction would come true, he avowed, when the fierce Manchegan lion and the tender Tobosan dove met again.
THE STORY OF DON QUIXOTEARVID PAULSON, CLAYTON EDWARDS, AND MIGUEL DE CERVANTES SAAVEDRA

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