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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of fare.


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  • This label fared well in the rest of the country especially in the Western Canadian provinces but Quebecers showed significant resentment.


  • And a way to figure it out is to first look at how Barack Obama and John McCain fared in the state.

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  • So he opened the door, and Ala al-Din fared forth and walked on, with the dogs barking at his heels, and he went forwards through the dark when behold, he saw the door of a mosque standing open and, entering the vestibule, there took shelter and concealment; and suddenly a light approached him and on examining it he saw that it came from a pair of lanthorns borne by two slaves before two merchants.

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  • Which, since ye fared, is pitied by each envious foe;

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • The Scottish title fared better on the lips of La Jeunesse than it would have done on those of his predecessor.

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  • The word fared no better in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

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  • Accordingly, the kettle-drums beat to combat and the standards fluttered whilst the fighting-men armour donned and their horses mounted and themselves displayed and to plain fared.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • In the first half, Barron's bullish stock picks trailed the market, although our bearish calls fared better than their benchmarks.

  • Quality titles fared less well overall, despite in-depth coverage and interest in the budget on June 22. : Today's Breaking News

  • Our View: Branch looks like he has been starting for three years, and he has namely fared well in pass coverage.

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