Children-to in a sentence

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Several of the foreign consuls came into my lines and asked that the time given for them-the women and children-to depart from the city be extended until 10 o'clock on July 5th.
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A cruel business-cruel to her-to Soames-to those two children-to himself!...
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Let them suppose that all the inhabitants of an ordinary English town, with the exception of the class known as poor people, which can hardly be said to exist in a colony, were at an hour's notice ordered-all, the aged, and the sick, delicate women, and tiny children-to leave their homes to the mercy of the enemy, and crowd up in a little space under shelter of a fort, with nothing but canvas tents or sheds to cover them from the fierce summer suns and rains, and the coarsest rations to feed them; whilst the husbands and brothers were daily engaged with a cunning and dangerous enemy, and sometimes brought home wounded or dead.
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Sh_. Oh, my lands, my lands!-Ah, my money, my money!-Farewell, my fine palace!-The thousands that fellow will have to squander!-Ah, my helpless children!-To think of the vines I planted last year!
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I shall read it to my grand children-to be continude.
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And I have never succeeded in persuading any young persons under my charge-except my own two children-to say that they were wrong or sorry, nor at this time of life do I expect to do so.
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It will take time and determination and tact, but I know that it is possible to train the children-not the untrained city slum children perhaps, but the average town children-to behave like ladies and gentlemen left almost entirely to themselves through a whole evening.
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They told the Indians that the English meant to take everything from them, their lands, their wigwams, and their possessions, including their squaws and children-to make slaves of the latter-and that the red men must fight or be wiped out.
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Already at the sight of his banner floating by the side of Edward's, the gunner had repaired to his bombard, the archer had taken up his bow; the village itself, before disaffected, poured all its scanty population-women, and age, and children-to the walls.
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Examples of Children-to

Example #1
This induced me to write a second letter, as follows: "Santiago de Cuba, July 3d, 1898.
Example #2
I am, with great respect, your obedient servant, "William R Shafter, "Maj.-Gen.
Example #3
The wretched letter-the wretched story!
Example #4
And then he thought suddenly: 'I could send her a present for her birthday.
Example #5
They will, then, have some idea of what was gone through by the loyal people of Pretoria, in their weak confidence in the good faith of the English Government.
Example #6
People in England hardly understand what these men and women went through because they chose to remain loyal.