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She had begun to pull away in alarm when he seized her wrist.

Pull away these bars that have got fixed between the door and the ground; and let us in.'

“The camp is just around the hill,” murmured Dicksie, trying to pull away.

"I—I—didn't know you knew me," she said, trying to be polite and not pull away.

She did not pull away her hand; it was as if she had not thought of it.

He did not pull away, or show that he hated it, as lots of fellows would have done.

But instead of this we were ordered by the mate to pull away from it.

When they saw that no white men were on board, did they pull away and leave us to our fate?

"Then pull away," said Picton, as he resumed his seat in the stern-sheets.

We half-expected to see him jump up, and, seizing the oars, pull away from us.

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