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He warmly espoused the interests of his country, and many important measures were effected by his eloquence.
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A pretty dispute followed, in which Edna warmly espoused her father's cause and the Doctor remained neutral.
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She then espoused the second clerk, Berthier, in 1837, after having been on the point of accepting Lousteau.
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The influence of Constantine seems to have been fraught with more of evil than of good to the new religion that he espoused.
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Having espoused the party of the Persians, Pixodarus sent for a satrap to share the kingdom with him.
He had been down into the bottom-most pit of hell, and the sights that he had seen there had withered him up.
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And so he deliberately abandoned free trade and espoused indirect taxation and protection.
Thousands who had little or no sympathy with him personally espoused his cause when they found it justly associated with liberty.
THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND - VOL. X.WILLIAM HUNT
It is difficult to credit the statements of the old authors respecting the number of Chichimecs that espoused Xolotl's cause.
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Lately the Democrats have espoused "free silver," and the Republicans have "buried" them.
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