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"No; but you shall learn to know me," said the man with the mild face, and with this he struck Nils a blow over one eye.
ARNE: EARLY TALES AND SKETCHESBJORNSTJERNE BJORNSON
He will be absolutely at home there, and if his troubles do not blow over he will have his own quiet corner all his life.
THE PRECIPICEIVAN GONCHAROV
We waited a few weeks for the storm to blow over, and then begun again, this time more cautious than before by a darned sight.
We cannot know how much our summers are tempered by the cool breath of winds that blow over polar ice-fields.
There wasn't enough wind to blow over even the most shaky dead tree.
I only hope the fellow isn't such a craven as to let it blow over.
MAE MADDENMARY MURDOCH MASON
Then God sent a wind to blow over the waters, and to dry them up; so by degrees the waters grew less and less.
THE WONDER BOOK OF BIBLE STORIESCOMPILED BY LOGAN MARSHALL
That woman will not be allowed to say anything more, it is likely; so let it blow over.
So we felt our way to the orange-trees where the horses were picketed and waited for the storm to blow over.
But, you see, there are several people who happen to be anxious that this little affair should blow over and be forgotten.
IN KEDAR'S TENTSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN

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