How to use Gets-over in a sentence

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  • Comte tells us that man first gets over theology, then over metaphysics, and finally rests in positivism.

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  • Such a view gets over the difficulty arising from the unequal length of the two halves of the Decalogue.

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  • It also gets over the difficulty, often met with in arbitration, of choosing a referee satisfactory to both parties.

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  • It gets over incredible distances at an ambling shuffle, but is unfit for fast work and cannot stand excessive heat.

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  • So when he gets over his broken heart, and should you not be in a relationship, you would like him to give you call.

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