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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


This stanza is not in the original, but is added in Englands Helicon.

You may take your scissors, and clip fifty Englands out of it!

Englands ripping to come back to, but I couldnt live here now.

Now the iron had entered into Englands soul, and into his soul.

I will take it from the grave topic of Englands relations with Ireland.

We have lost in the struggle the lives of some of the best and noblest of Englands sons.

Never for a moment did he forget that he was Englands—flesh of her flesh, soul of her soul.

Englands rocket stations are under the control of the Board of Trade.

Portsmouth is, and always has been, one of Englands strongest points.

In maintaining Englands position abroad, Cromwell was successful.