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She would have torn down the flaming signal, but it was too late.

He had torn down the old stable and built an imposing new one.

It might have been torn down and reassembled into some sort of a decent craft.

For, since no man feels himself free of such strokes of chance, he will not take it easily when they are torn down and laughed at.

In this process the clerk's office which was built in 1876 was torn down.

The house has been torn down to make way for a modern building.

He specified only that they must not be torn down, but that I might use them as I should see fit.

In 1906 the building was torn down and other arrangements had to be made.

Wolves had torn down the boundary-posts, which signified the wrath of the gods.

The houses of the people had been pilfered of all valuables and then torn down or burned.

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