After making a short test flight at 4.15 a.m., Bleriot set off half an hour later.
Joanna bade her father good-bye and set off to make her fortune
To squanDer money and set off against misfortune
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He was brushed and washed AT the usual hour, and set off with his son to pursue his ostensible calling
Its desecration by Antiochus IV in 167 BC set off the Maccabees' revolt, after which it was cleansed and rededicated.
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Mr. Bertram set off for B, and Miss Crawford was prepared to find a great chasm in their society
a city of eastern Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. It was settled in 1624 and set off from Boston in 1739. Population, 28,710.