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  • Availing themselves the pleasures of American life could one day be costly.

    'Libel Tourism' Threatens Free Speech

  • Availing ourselves of them all is critical to our success.

    Jessica Catto: Plant Power to the Planet

  • Availing himself, therefore, of the forwardness and suppleness which met in this young man, she doubted not but his intelligence had contributed to acquaint him with her proceedings.


  • Availing themselves of a mutiny of the burghers of La Ferette, the first garrison town which they entered, they stormed the walls, seized on Archibald de

    Anne of Geierstein

  • Availing myself of this right I say: I am for Barack Obama.

    TWO AMERICAS; Israeli lefty peacenik Uri Avnery on Obama

  • Availing myself of this right I say: I am for Barack Obama.

    Leader of the Israeli Peace Bloc Endorses Obama

  • Availing myself of this permission, which was given with a warm shake of the hand, I sat thinking about Dora, and looking at the sunlight stealing from the chimney – pots down the wall of the opposite house, until Mr. jorkins came.

    David Copperfield

  • Availing herself of Leonie's all-weather pencil, Madame Sanchez ringed the hotel and central square on the plan de la ville provided by the proprietor.


  • Availing ourselves of a part of the quiet interval between the termination of the Carnival and the beginning of the Holy Week: when everybody had run away from the one, and few people had yet begun to run back again for the other: we went conscientiously to work, to see Rome.

    Pictures from Italy

  • Availing yourself of a refreshment at The First & Last Chance Saloon was literally a traveler's first or last chance - depending on whether they were coming or going!

    The First & Last Chance Saloon


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