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And if he could expect to prolong his honors by his good conduct, he might hesitate to sacrifice his appetite for them to his appetite for gain.
You must know that when I was in Berlin I frequently used to hear the Berliners repeat, and repellently prolong, a certain phrase--namely, 'Ja wohl
He had, in fact, ridden quite at random for over an hour, taking any turning that came to hand in order to prolong companionship with her, and giving far more attention to Tess's moonlit person than to any wayside object.
But he luffed the boat less delicately, spilling the wind shamelessly from the sail so as to prolong the tack to the north shore.
I know whom I may bully and whom I must flatter; and I thus prolong my life to a good old age.
It was with regret that we left, and we walked home as slowly as we could to prolong the adventure.
said Levin, pointing to Laska, who with one ear raised, wagging the end of her shaggy tail, came slowly back as though she would prolong the pleasure, and as it were smiling, brought the dead bird to her master.
He mentioned the beauties of his native country and asked us if those were not sufficient allurements to induce us to prolong our journey as far north as Perth, where he resided.
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They demanded of Chief Minister Balochistan and Chief Secretary to take steps immediately to end prolongs long shedding from their respective areas.
To know if the boost in CD4 T cell count from IL-2 therapy actually prolongs life requires a very large and long clinical endpoint study, in which one group gets IL-2 and another group does not and researchers see who lives longer.
Similarly, the existence of regulatory requirements to perform maintenance to continue operating an asset does not mean that such work materially increases the asset's value, substantially prolongs its useful life or adapts it to a new use.