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  • "I do not believe that; give me the present and I will let the future take care-of itself."

    Revival Addresses

  • Finding her quite incorrigible in this respect, Emma suffered her to depart; but not before she had confided to her that important and never-sufficiently-to-be-taken - care-of answer, and endowed her moreover with a pretty little bracelet as a keepsake.

    Barnaby Rudge

  • Subsequent to my post, it has been pointed out, and correctly so, that the Veterans Affairs Department takes care-or is supposed to take care-of veterans 'health and other matters and that the Pentagon (DoD) takes care of active duty and retired military personnel.

    The Moderate Voice

  • In fact, having a phone at home was not common and many gave out a neighbour’s care-of number.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • " She shrugs, as if she doesn't really care-of course, I know better.

    Songs of the Humpback Whale

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