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Meuruc m elaed m elud m glas m elno m docuael m cuneda wledic.
Susan nudged her horse forward with her knees, and when Reynolds tried to grab her shoulder, she dipped it to the side, temporarily elud - ing him.
Lastly and most important, one must not die a bachelor, for such are invariably dashed to pieces by Nangganangga, even if they should succeed in elud - ing the grasp of the Great Woman, Lewa-levu, who flaunts the path of the departed spirits and searches for the ghosts of good-looking men.
A diagnostic manual of mental disorders cannot be elud...
Even here his mo - tions were lb clofely watched, that he was compel - led to make a variety of feints, in order to elud£ the attention of the enemy.
14.30–15.00 Mari Laaniste: Tehiskaaslased ja fiktiivsed elud