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Gone with the Wind
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  • Charles Hamilton, emboldened by her notice, was firmly planted on her right, refusing to be dislodged by the combined efforts of the Tarleton twins.
  • He’ll never dislodge Old Joe.
  • And they will fight again and win! I tell you General Johnston cannot be dislodged!
  • The Yankees couldn’t dislodge Old Joe’s men and they could hardly flank them now for the batteries on the mountain tops commanded all the roads for miles.
  • The retreat from Dalton to Kennesaw Mountain had taken from early May to mid-June and as the hot rainy days of June passed and Sherman failed to dislodge the Confederates from the steep slippery slopes, hope again raised its head.

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  • The initial effort failed to dislodge the Taliban.
  • The new employee dislodged her by moving into her office space

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