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Jack, as was natural, first recovered himself, and did all in his power to quieten the hysterical emotion of Dolores.
THE HARLEQUIN OPAL, VOL. 2 (OF 3)FERGUS HUME
One was obliged to walk up and down quickly in order to gradually quieten the pumping lungs.
IN THE FOREIGN LEGIONERWIN ROSEN
Now, just quieten yourself down and tell me all Lyne told you about her, will you, my lad?
THE DAFFODIL MYSTERYEDGAR WALLACE
But that 'ere girth, and layin' him on his side, will quieten the movements of his chest, and jest give him a chance.
INDIAN AND SCOUTF. S. BRERETON
But th' cheerman saw her comin, an' managed to stop it, but it wor noa easy job to quieten her.
YORKSHER PUDDIN'JOHN HARTLEY
Dan knew on what business I had left the ship, and would quieten Roderick's alarm for me.
THE IRON PIRATEMAX PEMBERTON
Marys task was to quieten the country, a task perhaps impossible.
THE MYSTERY OF MARY STUARTANDREW LANG
Lance may, after all, quieten down, and he must have some good qualities.
THE IMPOSTORHAROLD BINDLOSS
Some were for a slight concession, just a sugar-plum to quieten the naughty child, a sacrifice to peace and quietness.
MARY BARTONELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL
We are all full of longings; and the chief blessing of civilization is that it supplies the wherewithal to quieten them.
THE SECRETS OF A KUTTITEEDWARD O. MOUSLEY
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