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And I will turn my hand to thee, and I will clean purge away thy dross, and I will take away all thy tin.
THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSIONVARIOUS
The Irish, according to Everards, used large quantities of snuff "to purge their brains."
TOBACCO; ITS HISTORY, VARIETIES, CULTURE, MANUFACTURE AND COMMERCEE. R. BILLINGS.
To rule sound out of language, is, indeed, far more fatal than to purge Hamlet out of Hamlet.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
Refine and purge our earthy parts; But, oh, inflame and fire our hearts!
THE ONTARIO READERS: THE HIGH SCHOOL READER, 1886MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
Chum has found, however, that his particular mission in life is to purge his master's garden of all birds.
HAPPY DAYSALAN ALEXANDER MILNE
But I wanted to see whether I could purge away a scruple which I felt about the meaning of certain dreams.
PHAEDOPLATO
Even now it will take you at least a generation to purge your offence and get back into the community of civilized nations.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 153, DEC. 26, 1917VARIOUS
In such a desperate cause, a little stream Of blood might purge the foulness of their hearts If you'll prevent a deluge.Qu.
BEAUMONT & FLETCHER'S WORKS (8 OF 10)FRANCIS BEAUMONT
Bothwell came to purge himself, but “was found guilty on his own confession on some points.”
JOHN KNOX AND THE REFORMATIONANDREW LANG
On Wednesday he began to purge, and the purging still continues, but his appetite is better than he has known it for a long time.
AN ACCOUNT OF THE FOXGLOVE AND SOME OF ITS MEDICAL USESWILLIAM WITHERING

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