emancipator

[ ih-man-suh-peyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF emancipator

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France the emancipator and avenger has sprung up at one bound.

He is an emancipator and has doubtless done a great deal of good.

Jeffers was called, and said Crandall said he had taken the Emancipator, or subscribed for it, he didn't know which.

The Emancipator was sent gratis, and taken by many persons who did not approve of it.

Dr. Crandall explained that they had stopped the Emancipator and sent the pamphlets in lieu of it.

Key then proposed to read the Emancipator, as a paper he had subscribed for, instead of which these had been sent.

Witness was not a subscriber for the Emancipator, though he understood one of the numbers in court was addressed to him.

He mentioned that he was formerly a subscriber to the Emancipator, but they had stopped it, and he had taken them in its place.

He, however, declined the honor, whereupon the name of the South American emancipator was chosen.

The Admiral who had thus triumphed was hailed as Emancipator.

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