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  • v. take away by means of a vehicle


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  • Kirtar ignored the efforts of the Cabal to clear the streets and the stream of carts arriving to haul away the rubble.


  • At 9: 30 p.m., beacons marking Hoxa Sound flashed on and the boom defense trawlers began to haul away the system of nets and flotation buoys and open the gates.

    Castles of Steel

  • At the start of monsoon season, when the great cloud ships rolled in from the sea to discharge their tanks of green rain in the rice fields and to haul away dust balls, scorpion skins, and mounds of worthless diamonds made of heat-summer's dolorous cargo-Kudra participated in the No Salt Ceremony.

    La insistencia de J├╝rgen Fauth


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