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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.
The gypsy, who had dropped her eyes on the floor at the words of Colombe de Gaillefontaine, raised them beaming with joy and pride and fixed them once more on Phoebus.
Quickly I raised Ghak to his feet, clasping both his hands in mine.
The hot flames were almost upon him as he raised himself painfully upon his hands and knees and crawled slowly toward the doorway.
He felt that her eyes were raised to his, and for some reason, which he could not translate even into a definite thought, he wished to avoid them.
But a cry stopped him; a cry of agony, uttered by poor Rosa, who, trembling and pale, with her arms raised to heaven, made her appearance behind the grated window, and thus interposed between her father and her friend.
I was in nine thousand before the draw, and I saw and raised eleven thousand--that makes thirty.
she whispered in my ear, and, as I raised my head, she pointed up-river.
The second was raised in Ireland, in Parsonstown Park, and belongs to Lord Rosse.
Hybrids are seldom raised by experimentalists in great numbers; and as the parent-species, or other allied hybrids, generally grow in the same garden, the visits of insects must be carefully prevented during the flowering season: hence hybrids will generally be fertilised during each generation by their own individual pollen; and I am convinced that this would be injurious to their fertility, already lessened by their hybrid origin.
It was of small dimensions, with a peaked cottage roof, and not much else to be seen, the dirt being raised five feet all around as if it were a compost heap.
His right hand was raised to his lips, and as, absorbed in thought, he hit his long black nails, he disclosed among his toothless gums a few such fangs as should have been a dog's or rat's.