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I waited until all was quiet and the old people were asleep, then raised my window, climbed out, and went softly through the yard.
The enemy discovering our counter-mine, by the clay we threw out of the fort, desisted from that stratagem: And experience now fully convincing them that neither their power nor policy could effect their purpose, on the twentieth day of August they raised the siege, and departed.
She hath raised a great scandal, I promise you, in godly Master Dimmesdale's church.
Yes, and well raised, too; never 'spected to come to dis yer
He held his eye there as much as a minute; then he raised up and sighed, and says, 'Confound it, I don't seem to understand this thing, no way; however, I'll tackle her again.
I got under the table and raised the blanket, and went to work to saw a section of the big bottom log out -- big enough to let me through.
It was silently acquiesced in, and they passed her over the seats in the hall to a raised place, where he, by leaning over the dock, could fold her in his arms.
When armies are once raised what shall be denominated "keeping them up," contrary to the sense of the Constitution?
Caderousse raised his clinched hands towards heaven.
Pistache, on a signal from his master, placed himself on this line, raised himself on his hind paws, and holding in his front paws a wand with which clothes used to be beaten, he began to dance upon the line with as many contortions as a rope-dancer.
A constable raised the upper part of the stocks, and pointed with his finger to the holes where the old man was to place his feet.
At the two extremities of the port, in order that their fires should converge upon the great axis of the ellipsis formed by the basin, in the first place, two batteries had been raised, evidently destined to receive flank pieces, for D'Artagnan saw the workmen finishing the platform and making ready the demi-circumference in wood upon which the wheels of the pieces might turn to embrace every direction over the epaulement.