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The plan was to go down to an island in the Minnesota River, and remain until the danger was overpast.
MARY AND ISTEPHEN RETURN RIGGS
Punch began by calling it a "ghastly game," but kept in close touch with its progress until the tyranny was overpast.
There will we dwell, until the curiosity of Mundus and the whispers of the metropolis are overpast.
Silence—till the bitterness is overpast; there's naught else for it, Mr. More, while you feel as you do.
And in that bosom, and that refuge, are you hiding yourself until all Earth's “calamities be overpast?”
He on his part would pass Chapuys without notice till the present tyranny was overpast.
Then he would not retire, but preferred to descend into the cellar until the evil times were overpast.
At present, she only felt that the bitter secret was disclosed, and Angus' anger overpast.
OLIVEDINAH MARIA CRAIK, (AKA DINAH MARIA MULOCK)
I think when this 'tyranny is overpast' that it will be hard to induce us to part with the negro.
Hope fled to its impregnable corner of my heart, till the calamity was overpast.

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