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He dealt with the question on theological, legal and social grounds.

God has never, as far as we can see, dealt in special and temporary gifts.

There was a certain tenderness in his hands, as in his voice, when he dealt with children.

As she looked into his eyes, she could feel the double hurt that Fate had dealt him.

When we dealt fairly with them there was never any such trouble.

But somebody must have dealt you some hearty thwacks on the poll, my boy.

You know, my dear, I never could bear to be dealt meanly with!

Then he dealt him a straight blow in the face that felled him like an ox.

That there are people who must be dealt with as enemies of the human race.

Young John assenting, Pancks dealt him his card, and consulted his hand again.

WORD ORIGIN

past tense and past participle of deal (v.).

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