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raised

(rāzd) [ME. reisen, to rise]
Elevated above a surface.
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The soldiery from Zodanga were the only organized body of Heliumetic troops within the temple, so Zat Arras was confident that his orders would be obeyed, but I do not think that he looked for the opposition that was raised the moment the soldiers advanced toward the throne.
When thoughts of Kate Swift came into his head, he smiled and raised his eyes to the skies.
But it warn't good judgment, because that was the boot that had a couple of his toes leaking out of the front end of it; so now he raised a howl that fairly made a body's hair raise, and down he went in the dirt, and rolled there, and held his toes; and the cussing he done then laid over anything he had ever done previous.
At the sound of my voice, Delcarte half raised his rifle in readiness for the attack of an enemy, but a moment later he recognized me, and was coming rapidly to meet us.
So it is with hybrids, for their degree of fertility is often found to differ greatly in the several individuals raised from seed out of the same capsule and exposed to exactly the same conditions.
It looks as if the man got into the house after four when the curtains were drawn, and before six when the bridge was raised.
He couldn't seem to make it out, so he raised a yell, and three more jays come.
His arm trembled as it raised her, and supported her head.
She raised her large, staring eyes to the magistrate, and replied, as though mechanically, without convulsion or agitation,--
He raised himself with his hands leaning on the ground, looked to see if there did not appear some motion in the body of his master.
Fifty swords flashed from fifty scabbards as the men of the party saw the hostile appearance of their visitors, but before a blow could be struck Norman of Torn, grasping his sword in his right hand, raised his left aloft in a gesture for silence.
Caderousse raised his clinched hands towards heaven.