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Yet the book nonetheless ends with the American combatants looking back on the Pech Valley — and their war — with a little wistfulness.
Each combatant will choose their weapons — be it a dagger, a shield, or a fork and knife — and whoever inflicts the most pain will be declared the winner.
They don’t need to send armed combatants to the United States.
The boats were then pulled close to one another, and each combatant endeavoured to push his antagonist into the water.
In one minute from the signal for retreat the top of the hill did not contain a single painted combatant.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
General Lee simply said the town was non-combatant; that he would not occupy it, nor would he allow any one else to occupy it.
HISTORIC FREDERICKSBURGJOHN T. GOOLRICK
As a combatant, a warrior, a reformer, his person and character somewhat change.
How strange that such an encounter did take place sooner than either white or red combatant dreamed!
Little Katy laughed outright, as the idea of this Lilliputian combatant presented itself.
RUTH HALLFANNY FERN
Mrs. Wylder was in a quiescent condition, non-combatant, involving no real betterment, occasioned only by the absence of impulse.
THERE AND BACKGEORGE MACDONALD

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