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Before he could ascend the throne, he died suddenly—and this terminated the first attempt to re-establish monarchy.
Rhadamistus returned, and, although the Armenians opposed him in arms, contrived to re-establish himself.
At the same time he meant to re-establish his Majesty's authority, and the down-trod religion of Rome.
Did gentlemen wish to re-establish a temporary Territorial Government there?
To this prince belongs, however, the honour of the first effort made by Russia to re-establish the commerce of the Caspian.
No attempt was made to capture the cities of the coast, and re-establish in them the Egyptian power.
PATRIARCHAL PALESTINEARCHIBALD HENRY SAYCE
Rajcik, working frantically, managed to re-establish the contact.
DEATH WISHROBERT SHECKLEY
It seemed to Pierre that it was his duty to conceal the whole affair and re-establish Natasha's reputation.
WAR AND PEACELEO TOLSTOY
Forty years later the same family tried to re-establish their oppression; the nation banished the whole race from its territories.
Her physician thought that a new pregnancy might re-establish her intellectual faculties.
THE PHYSICAL LIFE OF WOMAN:DR. GEORGE H NAPHEYS

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