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  • He readily acceded to the proposal, and appeared to be prepossessed by the frank good-nature of the individual from whom it emanated.
  • These vocal exertions, emanating from the people who had been there longest, naturally proceeded from those who were nearest to the platform and furthest from the policemen in attendance, who having no great mind to fight their way through the crowd, but entertaining nevertheless a praiseworthy desire to do something to quell the disturbance, immediately began to drag forth, by the coat tails and collars, all the quiet people near the door; at the same time dealing out various smartů

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  • The bulb emanates light.
  • Water emanates from this hole in the ground

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