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1. The governor exhorted the prisoners not to riot.
2. Kennedy exhorted his listeners to turn away from violence.
3. The chairman exhorted the party workers to action.
4. The general exhorted his men to fight well.
5. The essay exhorts women to cast off their servitude to husbands and priests.
6. They had been exhorted to action.
7. The teacher exhorted him to work hard.
8. Police exhorted the crowd to remain calm.
9. The premier exhorted an economic reform.
10. Minister rushed about the camp praying and exhorting.
11. The party leader exhorted his members to start preparing for government.
12. He exhorted his companions(sentencedict.com/exhort.html), 'Try to accomplish your aim with diligence'.
13. He exhorted his elder.
14. He exhorted delegates to fight corruption, bureaucracy and incompetence.
15. Bind tight and keep shoving, he exhorted them.
16. I exhort you to do the monitoring you so sorely need[sentencedict.com], and hang in there.
17. The Circular exhorted LEAs to consider new ways of providing opportunities for adult education, including co-operation with universities and voluntary bodies.
18. We exhort you to disconnect, discard and move on, acquire a certain agility as consumers.
19. It matters little that the teacher exhorts; the unmotivated students become discouraged quickly, they quit, and become our failures.
20. St Paul was surely right when he exhorted the early Christians to resolve their disputes among themselves without recourse to the court.
21. He would also exhort his children to read it, and laid great stress upon the utility of information.
22. Exhorting him to breathe deeply they paraded him up and down beside the wire fence.
23. I exhort you therefore, Become imitators of me.
24. We do not exhort ourselves.
25. Therefore I exhort you, be imitators of me.
26. These things teach and exhort.
27. To entreat earnestly and often repeatedly; exhort.
28. The opposition can only question and exhort.
29. Commonly, though not always, we exhort to good actions , we instigate to ill Samuel Johnson.
30. The Corporation considered the ￡2,400 price was simply an attempt by the company to exhort public money.
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