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  • Debarred from the great highways of knowledge, I was compelled to make the journey across country by unfrequented roads – that was all; and I knew that in college there were many bypaths where I could touch hands with girls who were thinking, loving and struggling like me.

    The Story of My Life

  • "Debarred," said he, "from the right to battle with my men, I pray that I may at least be permitted to minister to their needs, -- they who have so gloriously maintained the honor and credit of their troop."

    Under Fire

  • Debarred’ is quite common in government contracting.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Barred

  • Debarred’ is quite common in government contracting.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Barred

  • Debarred for eight years for its role in NRIMP, it has nonetheless been a major bank contractor for many years, including the period when it was under investigation for corruption.

    World Bank Responsibility

  • Debarred by my precaution from these sources of enjoyment, they took to killing the fowls and goats, and, when the animal was dead, brought it to me, saying, “We found this thing lying out there.”

    Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa

  • Debarred the presence of Antonia, He had no hopes of satisfying that passion which was now become a part of his existence.

    The Monk

  • Debarred by her sex and some truancy, too, of the logical faculty

    Mrs. Dalloway

  • Debarred from the grace of the banquet, the service of goblets of gold

    The Seven against Thebes

  • Debarred from the grace of the banquet, the service of goblets of gold

    The Seven against Thebes

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