Declares: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases

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Icon Group International, Incorporated, Nov 26, 2008 - 637 pages
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Familiar Quotations Evicting ndash; EjectIt is generally inadvisable to eject directly over the area you just bombed.ndash;AnonymousEvicting ndash; ExpelledThe unconscious is the ocean of the unsayable, of what has been expelled from the land of language, removed as a result of ancient prohibitions.ndash;Italo CalvinoOh Justice, when expelled from other habitations, make this thy dwelling place.ndash;William JewellToo often those who entertain ambition, expel remorse and nature.ndash;William Shakespeare Use in Literature EvictingAs for the monks whom Henry evicted, they wandered forth from their homes beggars, and Henry hanged all of them whom he could catch as vagrants.ndash;Brooks Adams in The Emancipation of Massachusetts.The feudal soldiers being disposed of, it remained to evict the monks, who were thus left without their natural defenders.ndash;Brooks Adams in The Emancipation of Massachusetts.The dissolution of the convents accelerated the process, and more and more of the weaker yeomanry were ruined and evicted.ndash;Brooks Adams in The Emancipation of Massachusetts.La Peyrade came and offered me the management of the paper, and, you see, I should be working to evict him.ndash;Honoreacute; de Balzac in The Lesser Bourgeoisie.One may theorise that the spider invaded the crab's burrow and was promptly evicted; a fight took place for possession of the retreat, resulting in untoned tragedy.ndash;E.J. Banfield in Tropic Days.There was no limit whatever to the extent of land which one person might own, and of course this ownership implied the right to evict every human being from the territory unless the owner chose to let individuals remain on payment of tribute.ndash;Edward Bellamy in Equality.He could not be evicted; his rent could not be raised.ndash;G.K. Chesterton in A Miscellany of Men.

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