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  • Hoarse from campaigning, Ms. Silva told supporters that party leaders and its political allies would begin a process of discussing the next steps.

    Rousseff Faces Runoff in Brazil

  • Hoarse and sharp the cry of a motor drifted clearly up from the silence below.

    DARKWATER

  • Hoarse leaders screamed that they would refuse this tyranny or reject that insult.

    A Privilege to Die

  • Hoarse whispers rose up from just outside the door, a sound like dry leaves crackling over a fire.

    Nevermore

  • Hoarse whispers rose up from just outside the door, a sound like dry leaves crackling over a fire.

    Nevermore

  • Hoarse whispers rose up from just outside the door, a sound like dry leaves crackling over a fire.

    Nevermore

  • "Hoarse voice of railroad proclaims end of our adventure," he remarked.

    Dear Carl

  • Hoarse and exhausted, she then hacked her way through events in Worcester and Boston, Mass., followed by evening appearances in New York with David Letterman and a syrupy Hallmark Channel town hall.

    A Not-So-Sure Thing

  • Hoarse and tired after the Thursday debate, his syntax a shambles, Bush laced into Clinton for evading the draft at a sparsely attended rally at Middlesex County College in Edison, N.J. For good measure, he also denounced a group of hecklers, most of whom were not even born during the Vietnam War, as "draft dodgers."

    Mourning In America

  • Hoarse voices, rude exclamations, the rattle of swords against their sheaths, or their clashing against other pieces of armour, gave an awful presage of an onset, which, however, was for a time averted by the exhortations of the bishop.

    Castle Dangerous

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