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And then, so gradually it was hardly noticed, the harassments began to die down.

Let's hope this furore will die down as suddenly as it jumped up.

"If I've got to die, I'll not die down there in a box," she cried.

Then, as the applause did not die down, she fairly scampered out of the room.

"I think the wind is beginning to die down," said Ruth, encouragingly.

She was afraid, and yet reangered just when her wrath was beginning to die down.

He waited, motionless and scornful, for the noise to die down.

Most fuchsias, and tender things which die down, may be kept.

He noticed that already the clamour and agitation was beginning to die down.

The fires had been allowed to die down, so that there was only a little glow where they had been.

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