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  • v  board a train

  • The Italians hurried for Barce, where the northern railway spur from Bengasi ends, but before many troops could entrain and get away, the Australians were right on the Italian .
  • A call to this effect caught Soviet Foreign Minister Maxim Maximovich Litvinoff as he was about to entrain in Berlin, switched his destination from Geneva to London.
  • When at last Adenauer returned to Victoria Station to entrain for Gatwick Airport, a small crowd (among them some Germans) astounded the Chancellor and everyone else by breaking .
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