coalition

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Then the Coalition came along and his place knew him no more.

Let us suppose a coalition party to be formed called the Labor Party.

The triumph of the Coalition and the entry of the allies into Paris.

The reader will naturally ask—Can this be called a Coalition?

Then among artists was a coalition of brains, a welding together of souls.

France joined the coalition to deprive the queen of her empire.

On the question of a coalition, no offers have as yet been made.

But argument was of no avail against the resistless power of the coalition.

The European coalition was formed against France: and Poland was forgotten.

Such was the state of the coalition of which William was the head.

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