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Indeed, he relied upon the fair Imperia to reclaim the emperor, and with this idea he syringed her well with flattery.
DROLL STORIES, COMPLETEHONORE DE BALZAC
I have now and then made efforts to reclaim the old Party, but have long considered her incorrigible.
JULIA WARD HOWELAURA E. RICHARDS
When it is so recognized by the student of vocal expression perhaps we can reclaim this great singer and teacher, Madame Ricardo.
VOCAL EXPRESSIONKATHERINE JEWELL EVERTS
His eyes cleared at length, and he looked out across the fields that he had helped to reclaim from the waste.
THE SQUIRE'S DAUGHTERSILAS K(ITTO) HOCKING
I will in the following tales show what steps were taken to reclaim the lost child.
WELSH FOLK-LOREELIAS OWEN
But, captain, is it not lawful for us shepherds to reclaim them?
Too slowly for counting they raise little islands from the bog and reclaim the land.
The fair girl must sing a song to reclaim her place in the dance, and we seated ourselves about her.
Afterwards, however, on accidentally learning from Dr. Homer that it was a lost baby, he had sent the mother to reclaim it.
The Americans in Paris went in a body to the convention to reclaim me, but without success.
JUNIUS UNMASKEDJOEL MOODY

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