And this was a Dawson dance-hall, the trump card in the nightly game of despoliation.
Day and night the game went on without abatement, the game of despoliation.
At no period was this despoliation more rife than in the time of which we write.
Then came war, despoliation, and a thrilling period of wandering.
Antoine de Vergy had done the work of despoliation thoroughly.