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Language must be raked, the secrets of slaughter-houses and infamous hole that cannot front the day, must be ransacked, to tell wh ...
Charge a man with one misdemeanor, and all his peccadilloes are raked up and assorted before him.
But the touch or company of any man whatsoever stirreth up their heat, which in their solitude was hushed and quiet, and lay as ci ...
'Tis no sinister nor awkward claim
Picked from the wormholes of long-vanished days,
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The white man comes, pale as the dawn, with a load of thought, with a slumbering intelligence as a fire raked up, knowing well wha ...
Maud Muller on a summer's day
Raked the meadow sweet with hay.
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