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That’s roughly triple the death toll so far, leaving behind 116,900 parentally bereaved kids.
She will thee bereave of almost every joy, the fair-faced foster-child of Heimir.
To whom, think ye, is your life of such consequence, that they should seek to bereave ye of it?
And, dear sweetheart, be not afraid that you shall be left without a lover; that I shall bereave you!
But as a taste of blood will infuriate a hound, so her own laughter seemed to bereave Bianca of all restraint.
FRATERNITYJOHN GALSWORTHY
Fortuna opes auferre, non animum potest—Fortune may bereave us of wealth, but not of courage.
Singula de nobis anni prdantur euntes—The years as they pass bereave us first of one thing and then another.
Time will not suffer me to speak any more, yet time shall never bereave you or me of this.
When she dies he shall have another: I hold it not brotherly to desire to bereave me of my two children at once.
THE BIRTH OF THE NATIONMRS. ROGER A. PRYOR
Who authorized the professor to bereave the word 'not' of its negative influence?
THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER, OMNIBUSAMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY

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