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  • Take it, then, and extract all you need, and you will do well. Cited from Letters on International Copyright; Second Edition, by Henry C. Carey
  • Therefore every man has a right to extract all the sweetness he can out of it. Cited from A Friend of Caesar, by William Stearns Davis
  • Extract all the meat from the shell, and cut it up into very small pieces. Cited from Seventy-Five Receipts, by Miss Leslie
  • Their main goal is to extract all wealth from every nation and seize complete control of the entire world.
  • It'll require at least three weeks to extract all the X and cast it into shape. Cited from Tom Swift and His Giant Telescope, by Victor Appleton
  • The secretary remained with me, extracting all the West India intelligence that I could give him. Cited from Percival Keene, by Frederick Marryat
  • When it is cold break it up, and extract all the flesh from the shell. Cited from Directions for Cookery, by Eliza Leslie
  • Others seemed to be able to extract all kinds of happiness from things as they are, so why not I? Cited from The Trail of '98, by Robert W. Service
  • Press the heart between the finger and thumb, to extract all the blood. Cited from Miss Parloa's New Cook Book, by Maria Parloa
  • At length, after extracting all the information he could get from Nick, he struck a bargain with the fellow. Cited from Wyandotte, by James Fenimore Cooper
  • By this means you extract all the water from the cucumber. Cited from Cassell's Vegetarian Cookery, by A. G. Payne
  • Next take them out of the cold water and squeeze them in a cloth so as to extract all the moisture. Cited from Cassell's Vegetarian Cookery, by A. G. Payne
  • Alicia persisted in a few questions, extracting all the information she could. Cited from The Testing of Diana Mallory, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • Susan settled down keenly, reading each one over aloud to extract all possible gratification from it. Cited from Rilla of Ingleside, by Lucy Maud Montgomery
  • These are immediately eaten by the lagomorph, which can thus extract all the remaining nutrients in the food.
  • It is an attenuating wave device designed for efficiently extracting all the energy available from a single wave over a large surface area.
  • Then she turned again to the dying man, relentlessly almost in her determination to extract all vital truth from him ere he fell silent. Cited from The Sea-Hawk, by Rafael Sabatini
  • Up until the end of the 18th century it appears that great efforts were made to extract all the energy from the river to grind corn.
  • Extract all the stones, and spread out the plums on large dishes. Cited from Directions for Cookery, by Eliza Leslie
  • Then add more water and put them into a cheese-cloth and wring it, to extract all the juices you can. Cited from Simple Italian Cookery, by Antonia Isola
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