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It’s good that oil demand is waning as the world should be in a rush to wean itself off of fossil fuels.
A government push in 1970 to wean India off costly imports and manufacture cheaper medicines for its own citizens led to legal reforms that kickstarted growth of India’s generics industry.
Hyena moms nurse their cubs for around 14 months and help them get enough food even after they’re weaned.
It was impossible to wean him from his little rules, and the world must follow his lead—or live elsewhere.
They are chastened to wean them from the world, and make them partakers of God's holiness.
PRACTICAL RELIGIONJOHN CHARLES RYLE
You have suffered yourself to be deluded by the whisperings of that feeling whose tendency was to wean your soul from Heaven.
WAGNER, THE WEHR-WOLFGEORGE W. M. REYNOLDS
His soul summoned home the true God into his joy to come; but the evil doers will, I wean, late be from torments called.
He wished to write novels that should wean the young from the foolish romances of his day.
OLD AND NEW LONDONWALTER THORNBURY
Uncle wants him to come and wean poor Myra from that terrible business.
WITNESS TO THE DEEDGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
What gars tee think, Watty, rejoined his father, that I would hurt the wean?
THE ENTAILJOHN GALT

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