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She stripped off her mackintosh, as though she were stripping off her modesty, and stood before him revealed.
HILDA LESSWAYSARNOLD BENNETT
Then we mounted and took to the trail again, stripped down to fighting-trim, unhampered by a pack-horse.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
First off, some of us boys went over to that real-estate hogan–and found the door open and the place stripped.
As he skated forward, the former major of the school battalion stripped off the sweater he was wearing.
THE MYSTERY AT PUTNAM HALLARTHUR M. WINFIELD
After taking down from the poles the plants should be packed in order to keep moist until stripped.
If stripped in this condition the leaves are apt to stain and thus become unfit for wrappers.
It is necessary to pack the "hands" after stripping in order to keep it moist, or in nearly the same condition as when stripped.
I have seen in a single night the most flourishing orange-tree stripped of every leaf by this mischievous creature.
Peterborough was stripped of most of its images and carvings by Cromwell's soldiers and its windows are modern and inferior.
The leaves alone are used in trade: they are first stripped off the stalk, and then boiled down in large coppers.

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