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removed

separated by a degree of descent or kinship.
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This was the conclusion at which I was seeking to arrive when I said that painting or drawing, and imitation in general, when doing their own proper work, are far removed from truth, and the companions and friends and associates of a principle within us which is equally removed from reason, and that they have no true or healthy aim.
As in a city when the evil are permitted to have authority and the good are put out of the way, so in the soul of man, as we maintain, the imitative poet implants an evil constitution, for he indulges the irrational nature which has no discernment of greater and less, but thinks the same thing at one time great and at another small-he is a manufacturer of images and is very far removed from the truth.
Jane shook her head vehemently and would have removed the golden links from about her throat, but Tarzan would not let her.
He removed his hunting knife from its sheath and handed it to her hilt first, again motioning her into the bower.
I lived six years in this happy but unhappy condition, in which time I brought him three children, but only the first of them lived; and though I removed twice in those six years, yet I came
It was my particular difficulty that I did not know directly where he was; for I understood at first he was in the lodgings of his wife's mother; but having removed myself to London, I soon found, by the help of the direction I had for writing my letters to him, how to inquire after him, and there I found that he was at a house in Bloomsbury, whither he had, a little before he fell sick, removed his whole family; and that his wife and wife's mother were in the same house, though the wife was not suffered to know that she was in the same house with her husband.
If I had not been what you call removed from you and cut off from you, would you have made this appeal to me to leave you?
As he spoke the words in a grave voice, she put her hand in his, removed it, and went away by the river-side.
It lay between her and the bridge, but it was more removed from her than she had thought; the night being so very quiet, and sound travelling far with the help of water.
She rowed hard--rowed desperately, but never wildly--and seldom removed her eyes from him in the bottom of the boat.
Then run the system until all the air is removed from the system.
We left off last month with all 16 nozzles removed from the manifold (with the tips protected by tape) and still wired to the electric box.