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Her balloon rose after her departure, and fell at a place six leagues farther on, and the inhabitants, finding in this balloon only clothing and provisions, did not doubt that the intrepid aeronaut had been killed; but fortunately just as her death was announced at Paris, Madame Blanchard herself arrived and dispelled all anxiety.
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Strive ye so that this darkness may be utterly dispelled and the Hidden Mystery may be revealed and the realities of things made evident and manifest.
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He has reflected the reality of divine religion, dispelled the darkness of imitations, laid the foundation of new teachings and resuscitated the world.
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Therefore we must investigate the reality in order that by its light the clouds and darkness may be dispelled.
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Briefly; the old conditions of animosity, bigotry and hatred between the religious systems must be dispelled and the new conditions of love, agreement and spiritual brotherhood be established among them.
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Until they are dispelled the advancement of the world of humanity is not possible, yet racial, religious and national bias are observed everywhere.
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If the civilization of the Kingdom be spread to all the nations, this dust of disagreement will be dispelled, these clouds will pass away and the Sun of Reality in its greatest effulgence and glory will shine upon mankind.
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When the light of Muḥammad dawned, the darkness of ignorance was dispelled from the deserts of Arabia.
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By this acceptance and praiseworthy attitude the enmity and hatred which have afflicted mankind so many centuries would be dispelled, fanaticism and bloodshed pass away and the world be blessed by unity and agreement.
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My doubts on that point, if I entertained any, were soon dispelled: the wheels, which had ceased moving for a moment or two, were once again in motion, and were now evidently moving down the winding path which led to my retreat.
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The day-dream in which I had been a little time before indulging, of marrying Isopel Berners, of going with her to America, and having by her a large progeny, who were to assist me in felling trees, cultivating the soil, and who would take care of me when I was old, was now thoroughly dispelled.
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Her face was shrunken and aquiline, but any hint of sharpness was dispelled by the large blue eyes, at once sagacious and innocent, which seemed to regard the world with an enormous desire that it should behave itself nobly, and an entire confidence that it could do so, if it would only take the pains.
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His bustling air of command soon dispelled the loiterers.
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The boy, his suspicions by no means dispelled, leaned back in the corner behind the curtains and awaited developments.
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And suddenly the sight of Victoria with a probable suitor-who at once had become magnified into an accepted suitor-had dispelled hope.
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Fifteen years previously he had gone to the Kootenay district with visions of making a fortune that were quickly dispelled by reality.
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This heavenly greeting came from His lips and soothed their sorrows, cleared their doubts and dispelled their fears.
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Should he open the door and let this highly inflammable gas out or should he wait patiently until the natural ventilation of the little office had dispelled it?
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Venters knew he wasted time in pondering the question, but it held a fascination not easily dispelled.
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He wanted to think and think of the meaning, but he resolutely dispelled emotion.
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Examples of Dispelled

Example #1
Many persons had doubted Marie Louise's pregnancy.
Example #2
Madame Blanchard, who as I have said had set out in her balloon an hour after the birth of the King of Rome, to carry the news into all places she passed, first descended at Saint-Tiebault near Lagny, and from there, as the wind had subsided, returned to Paris.
Example #3
I have come from distant lands to visit the meetings and assemblies of this country.
Example #4
He must do good to every soul whom he encounters, and render benefit to him, becoming the cause of improving the morals and correcting the thoughts so that the light of guidance may shine forth and the bounty of His Holiness the Merciful One may encompass.
Example #5
The first teaching of Bahá’u’lláh is the investigation of reality.
Example #6
Like the glory of the sun He has come into the world.