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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of implore.
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Religious leaders on Monday emplored the government to continue with the process of disarming civilians which included some 85,000 rebel fighters at the end of the ceasefire.
Douglas emplored the West, particularly the United States of
He emplored the 700 delegates to accelerate the process of transformation and deepen democracy in South Africa.
Former Mozambican first lady Graca Machel on Wednesday emplored delegates at African's largest telecommunications gathering to design strategies that will empower African women.
Romanists in the same temple have prostrated themselves before _the very same images_ and have devoutly emplored them by the same forms of prayer and for the very same purposes as did the heathen of old.
All through the winding alleyways, we were emplored to enter the shops and check out the spices and fabrics on offer.
That’s why Tesla emplored him to destroy it after he used it once.