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When the crusading mania was at its height there were some Christian women who shared the fatigues and dangers of their husbands.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
When the next synthetic—or creative or crusading period, if you wish—comes, it will be saner than all which have gone before.
THE SENSITIVE MANPOUL WILLIAM ANDERSON
On the verge of this, yet encircled by trees, stood the village church—a crusading chapel, dedicated to St Gabriel the Messenger.
THE PAGAN'S CUPFERGUS HUME
Chivalry and Prussianism, the crusading spirit and the predatory spirit, are contradictory terms.
We are crusading to-day, not for the remission of sins, but for the abolition of sinning, of economic and industrial sinning.
It was a joy to find in Anna the same devotion to the cause that she herself felt, the same crusading fervor and reliability.
Famine, however, disease, and tempests did more to alarm and destroy the crusading force than all the efforts of the infidels.
During this manœuvre he extended his line, and endeavoured to turn the flanks of the crusading army.
Nothing, except fear, is so contagious as enthusiasm: the spirit of crusading was revived in a wonderfully short time.
It was at Pontoise that St. Louis, in 1244, took the vow to go crusading.
HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY

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