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"The coke will die out before he's gone half a mile," said Engle.
Like some other philosophical paradoxes, it would have been better left to die out.
Unfortunately that scandal of the Eastern seas would not die out.
It was uncanny, this clinging to life; a race should be content to die out.
And, as he watched her, the life seemed to die out of his face as well as his eyes.
It did not die out, however, until towards the end of the century.
However, I suppose the feeling against Brander will die out in time.
It is more likely to cause other evil measures, in order that it may not die out.
As that was not effected, the next best, policy is to let them die out.
Karl had no hope from home, at least until the anger of the old man should die out.