1 Seeing that he was employing familiar maneuvers to extricate himself from unpleasant conversation, she slipped her arm through his and said: "I was waiting for you."
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2 But she could not extricate him without disturbing six other wounded men, so she let him go on to the hospital.
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3 India was torn between the desire to shield Ashley by her silence and to extricate him by telling all her suspicions to Melanie and the whole world.
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4 Carry had in fact come dangerously near to being involved in the episode of Mrs. Norma Hatch, and it had taken some verbal ingenuity to extricate herself.
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5 She couldn't extricate herself all in five minutes.
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6 When she began to extricate herself it was by turning round and round, and so unwinding the prickly switch.
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7 Had she attempted concealment, or tried to extricate herself from her awkward position by cunning, she would have spoiled her case by acknowledging herself guilty.
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8 It was a long time before the dragoons could extricate the bleeding youth, beaten almost to death.
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9 In order to extricate himself from the predicament, he took the simplest course; he lied abominably.
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10 Yes, for in any extreme circumstance it might not only extricate us from some great embarrassment, but even a great danger.
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11 Morrel smiled with an expression very like a grimace, and then turned round to Monte Cristo, as if to ask him to extricate him from his embarrassment.
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12 Then you must get him out of England before you stir a finger to extricate yourself.
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13 Nothing but anguish extricated itself from this tumult which overwhelmed his will and his reason, and from which he sought to draw proof and resolution.
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14 "Amen," said Fauchelevent, who imperturbably extricated himself in this manner from the dilemma, whenever he heard Latin.
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15 Only a bird could have extricated itself from this predicament.
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