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Half an hour will suffice to apprise them; will you go for them yourself, or shall you send?
I must keep my eye upon the gun; the smoke will apprise me -- the report arrives too late; it lags behind the missile.
In case of failure, their position would be perilous in the extreme; and fail they surely would, should accident or vigilance apprise the enemy of the movement.
At the railway station in Nashville a distant relative awaited me to apprise me of the reason for my recall: my mother had been barbarously murdered--why and by whom none could conjecture, but the circumstances were these: My father had gone to Nashville, intending to return the next afternoon.
Fentolin desired me to ask you if there was any one whom you would like to apprise of your safety.