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“I decided to extricate myself,” said Howard, over fear of rising Covid rates.
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She is a prisoner in a gloomy cell of stone and iron, from which there is no possible extrication.
MADAME ROLAND, MAKERS OF HISTORYJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
They were therefore in a dilemma, from which there was no middle course of extrication.
MARY WOLLSTONECRAFTELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL
Here, in the extremest perturbation, she saw the full extent of her difficulties, without perceiving any means of extrication.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
The opposing streams of traffic would merge in a tangle beyond extrication until a halt enabled each to go its way.
THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
This is one of the simplest of these methods of extrication.
THE LIFE OF AN INSECTANONYMOUS
It falls down readily in water, into a fine powder, with extrication of air bubbles, and forms a non-plastic paste.
A DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES AND MINESANDREW URE
He said no more, but with great extrication worked his oracular sixpence up through a rattle of obstructions.
CRIPPS, THE CARRIERR. D. (RICHARD DODDRIDGE) BLACKMORE
This moment you must determine—I know not, indeed, if it be not too late even now for your extrication.
GUY RIVERS: A TALE OF GEORGIAWILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS
What price would be too high to pay for the extrication of his daughter from so grievous a misfortune?
SIR HARRY HOTSPUR OF HUMBLETHWAITEANTHONY TROLLOPE

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