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  • n. Plural form of darer.


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  • As the loans are repaid, the fund will be replenished and become a permanent source of capital for California's darers and doers.

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  • And I think I'll continue to pay attention to those voracious lovers and darers of life, the risk takers, and the committed, like Watts.

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  • For women to women, thou knowest, are great darers and incentives: not one of them loving to be outdone or outdared, when their hearts are thoroughly warmed.

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  • He shall rouse the glowing crusaders, the darers of every land, who through the proud and dreary temples of the wise shall go, with the cry from

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