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Our tactics should therefore be such as to force the submarine to incur this danger in order to get within range of merchantmen.
THE VICTORY AT SEAWILLIAM SOWDEN SIMS
Deep treasure in your hearts An honest shame, and, fighting bravely, fear680 Each to incur the censure of the rest.
They wanted to be told how one could perform the feat, but dreaded to incur a too-wordy exposition.
THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
Those who publicly express that opinion, incur a very grave responsibility.
We felt that to stir, was to incur the hazard of an unknown, unguessed-at danger.
THE WONDERFUL STORY OF RAVALETTEPASCHAL BEVERLY RANDOLPH
No one advised them to incur the most heavy sacrifices in order to dominate the world.
ENGLAND, CANADA AND THE GREAT WARLOUIS-GEORGES DESJARDINS
Notwithstanding the high resolution of Hawkeye he fully comprehended all the difficulties and danger he was about to incur.
THE LAST OF THE MOHICANSJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
To sentimentalize over a criminal—to "forgive" because of a glow of feeling—is to incur liability for production of criminals.
You will offend all your own friends, and only incur the ridicule of your opponents.
THE PRIME MINISTERANTHONY TROLLOPE
I may be locked, up for the sake of the liberty of the people; I may, under sentence, incur the loss of the right to bear arms.

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