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  • "Consummated," Jet corrected with a unguarded glance that suggested that he had fantasized about the prospect with some of the ardor that had been absent from his proposal.

    Through Wolfs Eyes

  • Consummated, such dour prediction portends that the hoped-for opportunity to reinvent Haiti may be lost since development and security cannot be divorced.

    Eli Y. Adashi: Tinderbox Haiti: Could All Out Violence Be Too Far Behind?

  • Consummated in acts of casual callowness, poisoned and addicted to shallow creeds, breeding discontent and narrowness, feeding without restraint and hating it.

    The Journey Begins Here

  • “Consummated the marriage,” Bryce supplied, his even tone helping her to regain her control.

    A PROPER AFFAIR

  • "Consummated?" queried Tom, guessing what was in his mind.

    The Last Gamble

  • But when he came into his majority, he vented his full wrath on Vieira, denouncing him to the Portuguese Inquisition because of one of his sermons, “The Reign of Christ on Earth Consummated.”

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • _ To see an Affair of Marriage Consummated between a Daughter of yours, and _Seignor Diego Babinetto_ his Son here.

    The Busie Body

  • Consummated through the agency of an efficiently functioning and newly established Administrative Order, this enterprise has itself immensely enhanced the prestige, consolidated the strength and expanded the subsidiary institutions of the community that made its building possible.

    God Passes By

  • Dissolution by the Pope of Marriage not yet Consummated.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy

  • Concerning a Frightful Assassination that was never Consummated 580

    Roughing it

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