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Dusenberry now left Manuel in charge of Dunn, saying he was going out to attend to some business.
MANUEL PEREIRAF. C. ADAMS
The torches of the main body of the enemy seem to be going out, and very likely their stock of birch bark is all gone.
About this time, going out one winter morning, he found a young girl on the doorstep worn out with cold and hunger.
My cough prevented my going out, but we had Sunday-afternoon service in the chapel, with beautiful singing.
He slept but little, however, getting up frequently and going out to ascertain if any sounds indicated the presence of an enemy.
When the time came for going out to work after dinner the usual escorts were doubled.
The master-mechanic passed on, going out by the great door which opened for the locomotive entering-track.
Here camp was established, so that in going out from it new discoveries could be made.
He is Commander-in-Chief, just come home, and just going out again.
THE GREVILLE MEMOIRSCHARLES C. F. GREVILLE
Several times I thought of going out, but my uncle would have been angry at my absence.

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