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That father too embraced him and asked him in the presence of all,—“Do you remember both your lives, my son?”
THE KATH SARIT SGARASOMADEVA BHATTA
Spending money on a farm is like other forms of vice,—hated, then tolerated, then embraced.
THE FAT OF THE LANDJOHN WILLIAMS STREETER
He was a demonstrative young man, and he embraced Christy as though he had been a Frenchman, as soon as he reached the deck.
ON THE BLOCKADEOLIVER OPTIC
As he embraced his mother, before his eyes was the face of the woman he thought the most beautiful in the world.
He also embraced the young ass's mistress, whispered in her ear to win her to his way of thinking.
A thousand persons met the delegates in that town; formed their own council, and embraced the league with enthusiasm.
The hacendero gently raised his daughter, drew her to his breast, and embraced her several times.
THE TIGER-SLAYERGUSTAVE AIMARD
The girls stood weeping around her, and kissed and embraced her over and over.
THE GOLDEN DOGWILLIAM KIRBY
He then came cherubically flying out without a hat, and embraced her, and handed her in.
OUR MUTUAL FRIENDCHARLES DICKENS
The eyes of the lady became animated, and she embraced me heartily.
MEMOIRS OF THE COMTESSE DU BARRYETIENNE LEON LAMOTHE-LANGON

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