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  • In the cliff on the opposite side is the cave in which Bishop Bogdan refuged from the Turks in the seventeenth century.

    High Albania

  • There were only a few colored people (that is what I was taught to call them) in Oakland when I was little and the other children in the neighborhood stared at her at first, but soon they became used to her and wished they could hear her tell stories which I tried to repeat to them, but I could never make them as interesting or exciting as she did when she told how she and her mistress "refuged" to St. Louis from the plantation during the Civil War.

    Remembering Aunt Jennie Prentiss

  • The scullion, wooden-faced outwardly but gratified inwardly, departed without haste to the kitchen, and Cadfael, released from tension into the languor of relief, remembered Vespers, and refuged in the chapel.

    A River So Long

  • So, daily, you see people refuged in schools, etc. waiting for food and water from the government or some organization.

    So, I´m alive…

  • I tell him, ‘That I think it best to go into a private lodging in the neighbourhood of Lady Betty Lawrance; and not to her ladyship’s house; that it may not appear to the world that I have refuged myself in his family; and that a reconciliation with my friends may not, on that account, be made impracticable: that I will send for thither my faithful Hannah; and apprize only Miss

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • The couples has refuged there to avoid the media spot light, a live update on the newest celebrity in about 15 minutes.

    CNN Transcript May 28, 2006

  • I have no doubt, wherever she has refuged, but her first work was to write to her vixen friend.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • Reduced, probably, by riotous waste to consequential want, behold them refuged in some obscene hole or garret; obliged to the careless care of some dirty old woman, whom nothing but her poverty prevails upon to attend to perform the last offices for men, who have made such shocking ravage among the young ones.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • Exults on hearing, from his man Will., that the lady has refuged herself at Hampstead.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • The scullion, wooden-faced outwardly but gratified inwardly, departed without haste to the kitchen, and Cadfael, released from tension into the languor of relief, remembered Vespers, and refuged in the chapel.

    Brother Cadfael's Penance

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