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But we had again to assist the Continent to strike the fetters off.
I must declare to you that to us the Czar is not the only chain that fetters the body of the country.
The law of substance condemns all restrictions, hates all fetters, and considers exclusiveness a crime against its divinity.
By a repetition of vicious acts, evil habits have been formed within us, and have rivetted the fetters of sin.
But we seemed never to be able to free ourselves from the fetters of civilization, and so I struggled on.
If the prisoner severs his fetters with an old nail, it is because he does not possess the luxury of a file or a "cold chisel."
Why should not Fruen herself get rid of Jomfru van Loos for him, and file through his fetters?
There was no chain factory nearer than Europe, and fetters were not easily renewable in Spanish America.
He was chained up, but broke his fetters; escaped; returned to the grave, and never left it more.
A voice replied: 'They are Columbia's daughters—their fetters have been broken—they are free again!'
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