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I'm disposed to think that college only postpones the day of our awakening; we've got to shoot the chutes anyhow.
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
Accordingly he postpones marriage to a date in the indefinite future or abandons expectation of it altogether.
Sally's truthful nature postpones laughing at the Professor's absurdity; looks at the case on its merits.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
She temporizes, postpones, and supplicates to have the period extended up to the close of the Eisteddfod.
At Mk xiii, 33-37, they come upon a section which Matthew postpones and which Luke has previously inserted.
The second and third of the four sections Matthew postpones till after his Sermon on the Mount.
Nature everywhere postpones, obstructs, jeopardizes the political conquest of arid lands.
The son postpones his expression and leans against a jungle to a fourth encore of the tuneful Thanatopsis.
It widens their separation from the community, and postpones that great day of reconciliation which is yet to come.
Chance postpones this piece of luck, which I cannot expect to achieve at once, since nothing on the surface guides my search.

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