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During the contest the dragons called up a great wind which uprooted the tree.
Above the altar before which the priest knelt was an immense carving in imitation of an uprooted tree.
During this one war 49 bombs were tossed and planted and 49 gambling establishments were blasted, uprooted and blown into the air.
This finished him, but his death struggles lasted twenty minutes, during which the tree was nearly uprooted.
Each garden concealed behind its palings the "flower" of Kabyle chivalry, only to be uprooted by the bayonet.
A landscape of flat wastes, of thinned and burned and uprooted trees.
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Steve had not as yet seen the uprooted garden, and consequently was still ignorant of her ill-humor.
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In spite of Parnell's caution, he uprooted it, leaving quite an opening, in which he was completely exposed.
It was where an uprooted tree, fallen across an incurving bank, made a snug little recess that was closed in on three sides.
The sun rose over the bank and shone on him through the limbs of the uprooted tree.

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