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“One of Arthur's sparks of kindly feeling awoke when he beheld his once handsome, high-spirited sister, altered and wrapped up, entering the room with an invalid step and air; and though she tried to look about in a bright 'degage' manner, soon sinking into the cushioned chair by the window with a sigh of languor.”
“Ghannouchi, degage!" the demonstrators demanded, refusing the rule of someone closely associated with Ben Ali.”
“Demonstrators defiantly held up signs that read, "Ben Ali, degage!”
“Il est tres peu travaillé mais est sans conteste celui qui degage le plus de choses quand je travaille avec.”
“Mais je sais aussi avoir la claaaasse "allez Lyon, degage tu m'pompes l'air!!”
“He was handsome, degage, extremely gallant, and in his dress exceeded most others.”
“And although some Armenian Dragoman, a restless spy like all his race, occasionally remarked voila un Persan diablement degage, none, except those who were entrusted with the secret, had any idea of the part I was playing.”
“Avec Titildes on a delire sur les chansons de gravitation (OAV et Série) enfin plutot JE delirais et Titildes comatait devant son ordinateur pour pas me dire 'degage tu m'saoule' bon bref ......”
“I thought, 'How much you pride yourself on being degage the reporter, not the leader-writer, and what a mess you make behind the scenes.”
“The other Dakota animals sported around with the Divorcee and received it _a bras ouverts_, but the latter developed a slight _degage_ mannerism and the other beasts grew alarmed and crawled within their dens.”
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