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Natural barriers uprear before the traveler, barriers which he must scale with sweat and straining muscles.
NORTH OF FIFTY-THREEBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
The Whisperer, upon the ruins of the old creeds, would try to uprear a new creed—his own.
THE ORCHARD OF TEARSSAX ROHMER
Upon the ruins of our present immature civilization it will uprear a charming state of society.
MEMOIR OF JOHN HOWE PEYTONVARIOUS
To climb the huge boulders the animals were compelled to uprear and struggle blindly through the tangled mass of vegetation.
MOON-FACE AND OTHER STORIESJACK LONDON
He seemed to shrink in stature, standing before the other man's uprear of imperious will.
THE DEBTORMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
It is odd how individuality will uprear itself before its own consciousness, in the most adverse circumstances.
THE SHOULDERS OF ATLASMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
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