take away

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But let me hear, ere you start, what gifts you take away with you from Beaulieu?

And what do you propose to give him in exchange for the solace that you take away?

To beautify it is to take away its character of complexity—it is to destroy it.

"Take away that child, Mrs. Beaufort," cried Robert, angrily.

"What you have given you may take away," said von Horn, in a low tone.

But he cannot miss it, I think: and must conclude that it is put there for him to take away.

Take away that turnip sallet—I cain't git nothin' like I want it.'

Very well; since you will have nothing more to do with me I will take away the child.

All she could do was to take away his tools which he had left under a seat.

It seems to steal inside me, and take away all the pain in my limbs.

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