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He seemed quite pleased to get rid of her so easily, and placing all her confidence in Mary, she withdrew.

The Miraculous MedalJean Marie Aladel

The children began to cry, and unable to stand the sight any longer Joe withdrew.

Joe The Hotel BoyHoratio Alger Jr.

After several trials of this sort, they withdrew and held a council of war.

He at once withdrew, thinking that some of the ladies in the hurry of the moment had gone into the wrong bedroom.

The footman, obeying a significant glance from the butler, withdrew; the butler himself went softly out of the room.

I opened the envelope and withdrew two sheets of paper—blank.

She was still clasping him as she withdrew her head slightly, looking up at him through the moonlight.

She withdrew her hand from his quickly, and quickly both of them fled to his shoulders.

The BondboyGeorge W. (George Washington) Ogden

At the advance of Bagnall he withdrew however to a strong position a few miles from the fort, and there awaited attack.

Having reduced the island to perfect servitude, which they called peace, the French withdrew their forces.


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