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Yet ways and means had to be provided, and the difficulty grew rather than diminished, until it was decided to cut the knot.

Sir Walter RaleghWilliam Stebbing

Now, however, with diminished numbers and exhausted wealth, they had to face new enemies.

These conditions may be increased or diminished by earthquakes and mild winters.

They had the appearance of figures in a fantoccine, or men seen at the extremity of the opera-house, diminished into puppets.

Forbid that these shall in any degree be diminished by any difficulty or perplexity that may arise.

The Optimist's Good MorningFlorence Hobart Perin

Without exchange, many values would persist, but most values would at least be diminished.

The Value of MoneyBenjamin M. Anderson, Jr.

Its weight will crush us unless we can climb to and dwell on the heights of communion with God, where pressure is diminished.

The fact that it was submerged, together with the diminished gravitation of the Abyss, also worked in his favor.

Darkness and DawnGeorge Allan England

Then Enrique died, leaving his diminished estates, his wife, and his four little girls to the care of John Talbot.

Some of these are "the human face divine," "to hide one's diminished head," "a dim religious light," "the light fantastic toe."

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