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The enemy did not see fit to follow, or to attempt to, further than the town, and so the fight of the 1st of July closed here.
THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURGFRANK ARETAS HASKELL
Most of you have done your duty and followed your conscience as you see fit.
HAIL TO THE CHIEFGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
If, therefore, you see fit to reject me, I shall be grieved rather than surprised.
We say directly that "the people" are absolutely to control in any way they see fit, the "business" of the country.
THEODORE ROOSEVELTTHEODORE ROOSEVELT
However, tell him all that I have told you, and agree to any alterations in the settlements that he may see fit to suggest.
THE LOST LADY OF LONEE.D.E.N. SOUTHWORTH
Secondly, it says in essence this: That as individuals you are perfectly free to take such political action as you see fit.
THE I.W.W.PAUL FREDERICK BRISSENDEN
I, for one, shall not oppose you in anything you may see fit to do.
FROM THE HOUSETOPSGEORGE BARR MCCUTCHEON
An authority granted by the Admiralty to a select officer in command of a vessel, to cruise wherever he may see fit.
THE SAILOR'S WORD-BOOKWILLIAM HENRY SMYTH
Enclosed is Dr. Kochs letter; the patients name should, of course, be omitted if you see fit to publish this note.
Edith had remained at home, for reasons which she did not see fit to divulge.
MY DOGGIE AND IR.M. BALLANTYNE

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