1 He bent suddenly to retrieve his hat and she had one glimpse of his face.
2 Every time she bent over to retrieve them, the hem of the dress fell in the mud.
3 Many a man has been able to retrieve his character, if he has openly confessed his fault and taken his punishment.
4 Mellors pushed steadily behind, and up she went, as if to retrieve herself.
5 To retrieve the consequences of that sin the Only Begotten Son of God came down to earth, lived and suffered and died a most painful death, hanging for three hours on the cross.
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6 The Indians were removed to Indian Territory, and settlers poured into these coveted lands to retrieve their broken fortunes.
7 Some rose briskly; others stooped, retrieving walking-sticks, hats, bags.
8 "The play's over, I take it," muttered Colonel Mayhew, retrieving his hat.
9 And retrieving some glint of faith from the grey waters, hopefully, without much help from reason, she followed the fish; the speckled, streaked, and blotched; seeing in that vision beauty, power, and glory in ourselves.
10 For a minute or two we were all on our knees retrieving stray cigarettes from impossible places.
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11 I settled his doubts, by suddenly retrieving my gravity and desiring him to walk away, for I came to see Linton, not him.
12 Sonya felt that this was true: that the only possibility of retrieving the Rostovs' affairs was by Nicholas marrying a rich woman, and that the princess was a good match.
13 It's hard to salvage jettisoned cargo and, if it is retrieved, it's usually irreparably damaged.
14 But he retrieved his mistake at once.
15 Holmes hunted about among the grass and leaves like a retriever after a wounded bird.
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