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Then some genius steadied the wind pressure by pumping air into a reservoir partly filled with water.
Tremors of rage were running through her, and she steadied herself against the edge of the desk lest he should see her weakness.
SUMMEREDITH WHARTON
Arthur caught the end of the canoe as it came up alongside a ledge on which the boys stood, and steadied the frail craft.
THE RIVAL CAMPERSRUEL PERLEY SMITH
Mona steadied herself against the foot of the bed and looked in a helpless way at Kitty.
Coronado raised his revolver, steadied it across his left arm, took a calm aim, and fired.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
The breeze steadied down during the dark hours, and the 'Valkyrie' had a day just to her liking.
Glover and the muleteers, steadied by this opportune reinforcement, reloaded and resumed their file-firing.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
By and by there was a faint noise in front of the cabin, and he steadied his nerves and his beating heart.
With some trouble and manœuvring he got outside and was soon sliding down the rope, which Ergalon steadied from below.
Suddenly with a headlong dive, the carriage swayed as if it would fly in pieces, slithered along, and with a jerk steadied itself.

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