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His, however, referred to a new investigative technique whereby potential crime suspects were befriended in hopes that evidence of their guilt would be revealed.
We feed our children, we help our parents, we befriend our siblings.
Its virtual avatar befriends you on the app and then can send promo codes or promote new products through messages.
THE NEXT TESLASDANIEL MALLOYMARCH 7, 2021OZY
David later on befriends another young boy who, at first meeting, stares at him for looking different.
He befriends a young girl, Six, who served as the first game’s protagonist.
For her sake alone I should think he would be pleased to find others ready to befriend her.
DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND
On the following day he parted forever from the family that he would have given his life to befriend.
Sisters, let us try by all possible means to befriend our own sex and help all who are thrown in our way, heavenward.
His principal witness has run away, his old friends all turn against him, and circumstantial evidence doesn't befriend him.
SEVENOAKSJ. G. HOLLAND
And with that sigh there was a smile that lasted when the sigh was gone: for I promised to befriend her children.
NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON

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