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The death of this infamous Gaudry, just though it was, will unchain against our city the fury of the clericals.
Sometimes she even constrained the English to unchain their prisoners themselves and set them free without ransom.
May not a modern Riquetti unchain so much, and set it drifting—which also shall be seen?
She saw that he would not break his promise, yet that her lightest word, her faintest signal, would unchain him.
Then his dark face lighted with one of the slow, whimsical smiles that transformed it—“Unchain the ‘Spanish Bull-dog,’ feller!”
With these words, having signed to his companions to unchain the prisoner, the prior tenderly embraced him.
Indeed he was not, if he could unchain so fierce a beast on such slight provocation.
JOYOUS GARDARTHUR CHRISTOPHER BENSON
This excellent man, chief physician at Bictre, had begged the Commune of Paris for authority to unchain the violent lunatics.
OLD AND NEW PARIS, V. 2HENRY SUTHERLAND EDWARDS
In effect, Columbus discovered America at about the period when a great tempest was going to unchain itself against the Church.
And the Pinto seemed to unchain himself, as a hawk when he sails no more, but flaps for higher speed.
THE PREACHER OF CEDAR MOUNTAINERNEST THOMPSON SETON

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