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The license which I would here vindicate, is so necessary to the execution of my plan, that I will crave your patience while I illustrate my argument a little farther.
I intend to vindicate her, sorr, to the four winds of heaven
I knew that I was right, and that time and the sober second thought of the people would vindicate me.
He waited, while Rachel vainly tried to vindicate her sex from the slight he put upon it.
And here I must vindicate a claim to philosophical reflectiveness, by remarking that Mr.
Tackleton muttered a few general words of assent, about its being necessary to vindicate something or other; but he was overawed by the manner of his companion.
They believed they were going to die, and they did their best to vindicate that belief.
And thereupon he would get out one or another of his manuscripts, such as "Adventure," and read it over and over in a vain attempt to vindicate the editorial silence.
That's what made us fetch to leeward," the captain interrupted, desiring to vindicate his seamanship.
In this case, if the reputation of the room happened to be called in question again, the answer would vindicate it, on the evidence of a member of the very family which had first given Number Fourteen a bad name.
Behold the kings of the earth, how they oppress Thy Chosen, to what highth their power unjust They have exalted, and behind them cast All fear of Thee; arise, and vindicate Thy glory; free thy people from their yoke
Knowing the responsibility that he was taking on himself--knowing that Mercy had made no confession to him to which it was possible to appeal--he had signed his name without an instant's hesitation: and there he stood now, looking at the woman whose better nature he was determined to vindicate, the only calm person in the room.