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There is no surer way of unearthing financial skeletons than by searching County Court records.
THE ANGEL OF TERROREDGAR WALLACE
Milnes was always unearthing new coins and trying to give them currency.
THE EDUCATION OF HENRY ADAMSHENRY ADAMS
She had been unearthing clothes for the little heathen, and Bud helped to put them on.
ERSKINE DALE--PIONEERJOHN FOX
The joy of Beringer on unearthing these proofs of the immediate agency of the finger of God in creating fossils knew no bounds.
HISTORY OF THE WARFARE OF SCIENCE WITH THEOLOGY IN CHRISTENDOMANDREW DICKSON WHITE
It was a gradual unearthing and examination of this evidence that at length revealed to the world the astounding plot.
HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN NEGRO IN THE GREAT WORLD WARW. ALLISON SWEENEY
But it was the Evening Post of the same date which prided itself on unearthing the real sensation.
PHARAOH'S BROKERELLSWORTH DOUGLASS
Her father was away on a mineralogical hunt, unearthing burrows and warrens of Smithites and Brownites.
MISS RAVENEL'S CONVERSION FROM SECESSION TO LOYALTYJ. W. DE FOREST
The troops worked hard and were sure of unearthing the enemy if the sand of Morris Island held out.
COMPANY GA. R. (ALBERT ROWE) BARLOW
For who could help experiencing exquisite joy at unearthing trinkets and miniatures and broken memories of such a radiant being?
TERRIBLY INTIMATE PORTRAITSNOL COWARD
The police of several cities now have the task of unearthing the frauds and bringing them to justice.
TWENTY YEARS A DETECTIVE IN THE WICKEDEST CITY IN THE WORLDCLIFTON R. WOOLDRIDGE

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