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  • Wearied from the night of struggle and wreck, all hands were yet asleep,

    Chapter 32

  • Wearied from the night of struggle and wreck, all hands were yet asleep, I thought.

    Chapter 32

  • "Wearied," says White, "with not knowing how to please, he is not unwilling to listen to those motions made him for the public good."

    Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth

  • Wearied by the unusual exercise of continual walking, that night I slept heavily.

    Page 7

  • Wearied with the War their Acquiescence may be depended on with absolute Certainty, he confided to Jay.

    Robert Morris

  • Wearied by the decline and fall of trust relations in most sectors of society, many have had to seek energy from beyond the headlines.

    Martin Marty: Trust: The Heart Of Religion

  • Wearied soul you gaze about come sun or wind or rain.

    Grounded

  • Wearied by the decline and fall of trust relations in most sectors of society, many have had to seek energy from beyond the headlines.

    Martin Marty: Trust: The Heart Of Religion

  • Wearied of the relentless and preventable maternal deaths stalking them at every turn, health workers at Bottom Hospital advocated nationally and internationally for the funds and political will to shut down Bottom Hospital and build two new humane public maternity units in Lilongwe.

    Chi Mgbako: Africa's Women Turn 50

  • Wearied with the War their Acquiescence may be depended on with absolute Certainty, he confided to Jay.

    Robert Morris

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