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“In fact, it does the environment good: Ridding the wolf population of a problem individual frees wolves as a whole of a stigma that would otherwise cause problems for wolf-human relations, and it frees wolves as a whole from the influence that that individual had.”
“Ridding oneself of this "critical inner voice" can help women alleviate some of the pain and stress of their condition and focus on the many tools available that will help them get well.”
“Ridding the country of criminal elements attributable to foreign sources sounds like an admirable goal, but there are several arguments against using deportation as the means to achieving this goal.”
“Ridding Tripoli of its nuclear program was one of the great, if relatively unheralded, successes of non-proliferation in the atomic age.”
“Ridding himself of that concept would change everything.”
“Ridding the system of poorly performing teachers and principals can be a slow process.”
“Ridding New York City of illegal guns has been a signature issue for Mayor Michael Bloomberg , who has campaigned to stop the illegal trade of firearms from Southern states with relatively lax laws to urban centers.”
“Ridding the world of evil," Mr. Bush's other oft-stated ambition, was nonsense if we didn't make a credible go of ridding the world of the very specific evil named Osama bin Laden.”
“Ridding the trees of bats was simpler in the decades after the Royal Botanic Garden was founded in 1816.”
“Ridding the Internet of such a large source of pirated content is a major victory for the comic industry and the publishing industry in general.”
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