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This being agreed upon, the old Bawd took her leave of the young Lady for that Time; and goes to a Spark with whom she was in Fee, and told him what a prize she had procured for him, and order'd him to Equip himself to the best advantage, and walk to and fro before the Window at such a time, when he should see her.
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Ultimately, instead of booking for Victoria, she procured a ticket for Epsom Downs, and had not long to wait for the train.
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Doubtless it might be procured at the inn yonder, near the racecourse, and thither she began to move.
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In His great mercy, He granted the prayer, the dangerous symptoms did not increase during the seven or eight hours that intervened before the remedy could be procured.
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With the aid of a few friends he installed her in a new domicile, and procured work for her.
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The best medical skill that could be procured gave only temporary relief.
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He procured employment for her before the sun set; enough to pay the rent and get a little common food.
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He procured it, administered it, and in three hours the little child's cough had wholly ceased, and she was playing on the floor with the other children.
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A suitable attendant having been procured, Fanny was despatched to Bournemouth, whence, in a day or two, she wrote to her sister thus: 'You've been awfully kind to me, and I shan't forget it when I'm well again.
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Horses and harness can be easily procured at Tampa; there will be no difficulty if some energetic officer be authorized to proceed with the work, and directed to attend to the details.
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The commanding officer having ordered supplies to be procured, there should be no question whatever in regard to their being furnished.
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He reminded them that the regulation by which they procured their bread was the aboriginal law of the island, under which they had all so greatly flourished.
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This Prince, they said, lived in the most delicious region in the world, and the fruit which they imported could only be procured from his private gardens, where it sprang from one of the trees that had bloomed in the gardens of the Hesperides.
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Pine-apples could only be again procured by an application to the Prince of the World, whose connection they had rejected, and by an introduction into the island of those foreign agents, who, now convinced that the Vraibleusians could not exist without their presence, would be more arrogant and ambitious and turbulent than ever.
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When he had passed three years in that little house, he took possession of the peak which has since been so famous; and when he had commanded a wall to be made round him, and procured an iron chain, twenty cubits long, he fastened one end of it to a great stone, and the other to his right foot, so that he could not, if he wished, leave those bounds.
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The two boys hurried into a woodshed behind the large farmhouse and procured a basket and two tin pails.
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They went into the station and procured tickets, and then found the time for the train had been changed, and it would not be along for nearly half an hour.
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The boys walked to Rootville in high spirits, and readily procured the drugs desired, then they wandered around from place to place, taking in the sights.
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The extent and variety of his information, the force of his reason, the austerity of his manners, and the noble simplicity of his character, had procured him illustrious friends in both hemispheres; and now that this erudition is extinct in the tomb,* we may be allowed at least to predict that he was one of the very few whose memory shall never die.
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For, on one side, the valley of the Nile, singularly fertile, must have early occasioned a numerous population; and, on the other, the Red Sea, giving communication with Arabia and India, and the Nile with Abyssinia and the Mediterranean, Thebes was thus naturally allied to the richest countries on the globe; an alliance that procured it an activity so much the greater, as Lower Egypt, at first a swamp, was nearly, if not totally, uninhabited.
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Examples of Procured

Example #1
And therefore gives up herself intirely to the Conduct of this Old Bawd: Who told her she would acquaint the Gentleman that had so great a Passion for her; that he was not unacceptable to her, and order him to pass by the door, to and fro, several times the next day, that so she might see him out of her Chamber-Window, after which Interview, they wou'd concert the measures that were to be taken, in order to their coming together.
Example #2
The Young Woman was soon perswaded to what she had before a Mind to.
Example #3
It was a hot day at the end of June.
Example #4
All the time, she pondered her situation.
Example #5
Her thoughts were more at rest; she had made her plan for the evening; all that had to be done was to kill time for another hour or so.
Example #6
The sight of holiday-making school-children, who, in their ribboned hats and white pinafores, were having tea not far away, suggested to Louise that she also would like such refreshment.