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Some of these, owing to non-compliance with the Judge's ruling, may have to be evicted, and their eviction will be what is termed the unrooting of peasants 'houses and the ejectment of overburdened tenants for not paying impossible rents.
But it does hint at the dangers of a sudden unrooting from entrenched mores.
He can only wail over the prevalence of evil, assume its foundation to be error, and purpose to abate it by unrooting that
He can only wail over the prevalence of evil, assume its foundation to be error, and purpose to abate it by unrooting that Ignorance which bears and feeds it.
And that sentiment would paralyse the Hindoos when entering upon a struggle for unrooting the British from Hindostan.
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"Seeing that their evil scheme succeeded," the announcement continued, "they began unrooting a