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“Godzilla,” meanwhile, has grossed more than $235 million overseas — nearly a third of that in China — suggesting that the appetite for theatrical moviegoing abroad, at least in places not besieged by covid-19, is strong.
Already besieged by a viral threat from without, we feared we were now at war with some other invader within.
So crazy, they even besieged the pilots when they went into the bathroom.
And I will make a circle round about thee, and I will cast up a rampart against thee, and raise up bulwarks to besiege thee.
One is that the English should have gone so far out of their way as to besiege Dunaverty so zealously, or at all.
Towards the end of March 1312 he was preparing to besiege Berwick with an unusually large force.
He was able to invade the latter country in force, and to besiege the city of Urmi for some weeks in the early seventies.
Not long after Guise's approach, fearing that his design was to besiege the city of Orleans, Coligny threw himself into it.
This assault was a costly one, for two thousand five hundred men were sacrificed, and Grant determined to besiege the city.
Not an arm is raised in defence of the Archduke, and the rebels, at length, encamp before Vienna to besiege their sovereign.

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