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But we exhume them from old documents to show how these things were done.
Do you seriously expect me to get an order to exhume him now?
It is always a difficult task to exhume such buried treasure, for some preternatural guardian or other will be found on the alert.
Besides, it was not our custom to exhume the bodies of those who had been buried.
Of what use would it be to exhume Mr. Brockelsby after the doctors had cut him up?
It would be cruel to exhume those antique judgments, so honest, yet so imbecile and so mistaken.
And do thou too pursue thy work, and exhume and stir up thy thought.
He threatened to revive the story, to exhume your body, and to say that Aldina Ringwood had told him all about the will.
Early one Sunday morning the widow, accompanied by the bank manager and the undertaker, left town to exhume the remains.
At last he shut the book, and, laying it down, proceeded to exhume a morning coat.