Managd in a sentence

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Is the _Stage_, as 'tis now manag'd, any thing else but a downright Rebellion against God and his Holy Religion?
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The first that stood upon her Pantables, as being chief, was the Whore, and thus it was she manag'd her Cause.
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And therefore methinks this should quite spoil your Trade: For as matters are now manag'd, how do you know who to Trust?
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To seek excuses he was most complete, And ne'er asham'd but manag'd things so well, Four times a year, by special grace, they tell, Our sage regal'd his youthful blooming wife, A little with the sweets of marriage life.
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He added that, as soon as I should be acquainted with mercantile business, he would promote me by sending me with a cargo of flour and bread, etc., to the West Indies, and procure me commissions from others which would be profitable; and, if I manag'd well, would establish me handsomely.
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My hopes of success, as I told him, were founded on this, that the then only newspaper, printed by Bradford, was a paltry thing, wretchedly manag'd, no way entertaining, and yet was profitable to him; I therefore thought a good paper would scarcely fail of good encouragement.
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Mrs. Godfrey manag'd our little treaty.
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This kind of fire, so manag'd, could not discover them, either by its light, flame, sparks, or even smoke: it appear'd that their number was not great, and it seems they saw we were too many to be attacked by them with prospect of advantage.
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Nor knows our youth, of noblest race, To mount the manag'd steed, or urge the chace; More skill'd in the mean arts of vice, The whirling troque, or law-forbidden dice.
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Examples of Managd

Example #1
Are not the Plays, (if not by Design) yet by a natural and necessary Consequence, an _undermining_ of his Laws, and an _Attempt_ upon his Government?
Example #2
Is not this then the very Case I am speaking of?
Example #3
And what their several Arguments were, I shall next give you an Account of; and afterwards shew you more of their Pranks.
Example #4
These, are they that bring the Rogues, and Whores together, and wait upon them whilst they are acting of their filthiness.
Example #5
And I suppose he who disturb'd you at your other House might be one of them.
Example #6
For I am told that some of the Members of the Society put themselves into all Shapes, that they may make a Discovery of such Houses.