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Mr. Lincoln discard his logical faculties and reason with his heart?
She did not want to encourage him to discard his winter leggings, and was doubtful what to say.
LAST WORDSJULIANA HORATIA EWING
Let the railways join in and discard his cars, and all would be well.
If, as dealer, you wish to make four tricks in a suit with but three in sight, give the adversaries a chance to discard.
That rode into the discard on the tumbrels of the Revolution.
THIRTYHOWARD VINCENT O'BRIEN
Would they discard the property of that class of citizens who depended upon it for their support and their wealth?
Do not discard the sandpaper stick or pencil sharpener used by a draftsman just because all the abrasive sheets have been removed.
Modern advocates of the Bible in presenting the dogma of divine inspiration ask us to discard reason and accept it by faith.
THE BIBLEJOHN E. REMSBURG
To yield will be to discard his dearest friends: to resist will mean a national rising.
THE BLUE PAVILIONSSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
Since high motives were ineffectual, Quixotic, ought he to discard them and come down to the ordinary level?
GULMORE, THE BOSSFRANK HARRIS

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