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How to use englands in a sentence

We shall see before another century is over to what Englands narrow policy led.
A SHORT HISTORY OF RHODE ISLANDGEORGE WASHINGTON GREENE
It is not for his sword or for his song that he lives in the deathless company of Englands heroes, but for his knightly heart.
HEROES OF TO-DAYMARY R. PARKMAN
If the Queen of Englands army were ordered to India to-morrow, the soldier is ready for the journey.
PLEASURE & PROFIT IN BIBLE STUDYDWIGHT MOODY
But I want to show you from 34 Englands relations with Ireland how right the philosophers and prophets are.
DISCOURSES IN AMERICAMATTHEW ARNOLD
Englands answer to the Boston tea-party had been the closing of Boston harbor.
ERSKINE DALE--PIONEERJOHN FOX
Englands work though for the shipwrecked takes in something else besides the work of the life–boats.
FIGHTING THE SEAEDWARD A. RAND
Germany has flat sandy beaches, and it cannot so well use Englands heavy boats.
FIGHTING THE SEAEDWARD A. RAND
Had Wesley not gone up to Oxford, his name might never have been added to the list of Englands famous men.
ROWLANDSON'S OXFORDA. HAMILTON GIBBS
Sunlight and shadow follow one another rapidly across Englands early history.
OLD ENGLISH LIBRARIESERNEST SAVAGE
London, however, speedily asserted its right to be regarded as Englands publishing centre.
OLD ENGLISH LIBRARIESERNEST SAVAGE

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