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  • All her present wish is, to be able to escape Solmes, on one hand, and to avoid incurring the disgrace of refuging with the family of a man at enmity with her own, on the other.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • Nor must we leave him in heavy captivity to the thought of oblivion in the unregarding welter of the near republic, of plunging into more strenuous activities and abandoning his ideal, in queer inverted analogy to the refuging of weak women in a convent.

    The Imperialist

  • Soon we were driven from the main thoroughfare into the minor streets, refuging in and fighting from the houses, whilst our foe steadily and angrily pursued and closed in upon us, dislodging us from our shelters and leaving few loop-holes for escape.

    The Great White Queen A Tale of Treasure and Treason

  • Place me any where, as I have said before -- in a cot, in a garret; any where -- disguised as a servant -- or let me pass as a servant's sister -- so that I may but escape Mr. Solmes on one hand, and the disgrace of refuging with the family of a man at enmity with my own, on the other; and I shall be in some measure happy!

    Clarissa Harlowe; or the history of a young lady — Volume 2

  • All her present wish is, to be able to escape Solmes, on one hand, and to avoid incurring the disgrace of refuging with the family of a man at enmity with her own, on the other.

    Clarissa Harlowe; or the history of a young lady — Volume 2

  • Debarred the healthier paths of life, man rushes for employment to the refuging muse; and rightly so, for he finds an employment ornamental and useful still.

    Fables of John Gay (Somewhat Altered)

  • Sportsmen were trying to help landowners with options in areas where populations are difficult to control due to harboring, commercial hunting, or well-intended refuging that does nothing to manage populations.

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  • Place me any where, as I have said before — in a cot, in a garret; any where — disguised as a servant — or let me pass as a servant’s sister — so that I may but escape Mr. Solmes on one hand, and the disgrace of refuging with the family of a man at enmity with my own, on the other; and I shall be in some measure happy! —

    Clarissa Harlowe

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