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1, She was spirited away to a harbour storage.
2, This television program provoked a spirited debate in the United Kingdom.
3, I spirited him with a cup of coffee.
4, After his speech, Jackson was spirited away through a back door.
5, He was by nature a spirited little boy.
6, The fact is that Paul kidnapped him and spirited him back to Russia.
7, After the concert, the band was spirited away before their fans could get near them.
8, Her little son was spirited away.
9, The spirited mood on Friday was in sharp contrast to the tense atmosphere last week.
10, It is possible that he has been spirited out of the country.
11, Stowe gives a stirring performance as a strong spirited female.
12, As a young and spirited politician,(http://sentencedict.com/spirited.html) he seems a worthy vessel for the nation's hopes.
13, His umbrella has been spirited away.
14, The pop-star was spirited away at the end of the concert before her fans could get near her.
15, Arsenal staged a spirited fightback in the second half.
16, He was spirited up against his boss.
17, The home team's spirited playing ensured them a comfortable victory.
18, His parents had spirited him away to the country.
19, England mounted a spirited fightback in the second half.
20, They need to be spirited up.
21, Our journey was beguiled with spirited talk.
22, She put up a spirited defence in the final game.
23, He was spirited away and probably murdered.
24, Instead, a Cretan pirate must have spirited her away.
25, There is no hard evidence of files spirited away and even if they were, nobody knows whether they contain anything sinister.
26, Almost immediately afterward, Rapunzel was spirited away by the witch.
27, But this bogus community, spirited up to serve administrative convenience, does not exist.
28, But the anguished upstate New York social worker now finds himself waging a spirited campaign to keep his sibling from death row.
29, Perhaps only expert eyes could have spotted the correlation between this spirited image and the refined clothing which passed in front.
30, But the case illustrates the fine line between acting in a public spirited manner, and breaking the law.
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