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On his entrance the whole audience rose and cheered for several minutes.

Along the route as, well as at the station, the party was cheered by a large crowd.

We cheered, thinking some dire calamity had befallen the enemy.

They cheered us again, as we closed with them, and both ships jogged on in company.

It was a great moment, and we took off our hats and cheered.

And these ideas that they had cheered were now being pounded back into their minds.

I told you here, on this spot, and you approved and cheered me on.

Nor was I at all cheered by the voice of Cousin Egbert, who sang in his own room adjoining.

Whereat Hugh cheered and laughed, and ran off like a greyhound.

It cheered her to see that he could consider her even thus much.

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