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That’s a plot line for a Tom Clancy novel, not something that would happen in the citadel of democracy.

The French abolished monarchy by a frontal attack upon the citadel, involving serious loss.

James WattAndrew Carnegie

Of public buildings, the most remarkable is the Cassaubah, or citadel, the situation of which we have already mentioned.

The earth from the citadel was carted to the Champ de Mars to increase its size and to build it up.

The citadel of Mex had several breaches made in the works, but no guns were dismounted.

D'Orville then, before giving up the citadel, demanded three hostages for the lives of his three brothers-in-law.

A moment afterwards we were outside in the keen October air, a squad of soldiers attending, our faces towards the citadel heights.

The church of Notre Dame, dating from the 13th century, stands immediately under the citadel and flanking the bridge.

We sauntered carelessly and unthinkingly to the edge of the lofty battlements of the citadel, and looked down—a vision!

The Innocents AbroadMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

Perhaps he might be able to procure a staff, but there was just as much bustle outside the gate of the citadel as by day.

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