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Thus stimulated, the increasing disaffection culminated in the rebellion of 1798, which was sternly and cruelly repressed.
Momentarily, now, there was an increasing assurance apparent in the movements of the man.
JOAN THURSDAYLOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
"He'll make him cry," said Mrs. Bindle with conviction, hugging Little Joe closer and increasing the swaying movement.
MRS. BINDLEHEBERT JENKINS
In Germany the printers have led the way; the number of their followers in other industries is increasing.
THE THEORY AND POLICY OF LABOUR PROTECTIONALBERT EBERHARD FRIEDRICH SCHFFLE
The increasing twilight was now just merging into night, and a wood stretched between the Northern cavalry and the Southern flank.
THE SCOUTS OF STONEWALLJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
A fever seemed to be growing in him, nor did the increasing richness of the test-pans allay this fever.
In this amusing occupation the time would have passed unheeded but for Mr. Lambe's increasing dryness.
Industrial crises follow each other with increasing severity and the masses are becoming more and more pauperized.
LABOR'S MARTYRSVITO MARCANTONIO
The Stratus, an extended continuous level sheet of cloud, increasing from beneath.
Mineral additions for increasing weight or bulk: (a) Magnetic matter.

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