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Did not fair return from honest toil mean that he could face John Barrett, bulwarked by his millions?
Britt, bulwarked by the courts and public sentiment, was not to be fought by the outlawry he had invoked as the code of combat.
Emerging in every generation, they have bulwarked their land against the fate of Babylon and Egypt.
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The teamster was too thoroughly bulwarked by admirers to allow the rampant Kyle an opportunity to get at him.
For years he had been battering down the scepticism that had bulwarked itself in the material.
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He was rather glad that it should be so bulwarked by conventionality.
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She had two masts, and on these were bulwarked platforms for archers and slingers.
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Tommy himself had prudently departed, bulwarked by his new comrades.
Beyond was a lake, very blue in the sunlight, bulwarked by undulant hills.
Backed by law, bulwarked by political power, owning men and money-bags, Colonel Dodd rode home with great serenity.
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