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  • She had often glanced at the store-building which had been turned into a refuge in which farmwives could wait while their husbands transacted business.
  • Some one to share her refuge.
  • She found a refuge in the Jolly Seventeen.
  • Carol had hidden in none of these refuges from reality, but she, who was tender and merry, had been made timorous by Gopher Prairie.
  • For a time the gossip of Juanita Haydock and the Jolly Seventeen had been a refuge from the droning of Aunt Bessie, but the relief had not continued.
  • She assured herself that the streets of New York and Chicago were as ugly as Gopher Prairie in such weather; she dismissed the thought, "But they do have charming interiors for refuge."

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  • The park serves as a refuge for wildlife.
  • She took refuge from the sun under a beautiful oak tree.

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