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Curious impression that I shall be hauled up before a Dean or somebody for this to-morrow and fined or gated.PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 102, JUNE 11, 1892VARIOUS
And she, being subject in love to a god and to a man exceeding goodly, brought forth twin sons in seven-gated Thebe.HESIOD, THE HOMERIC HYMNS, AND HOMERICAHOMER AND HESIOD
For divine Achilles slew my father, and laid waste the well-inhabited city of the Cilicians, lofty-gated Thebes.THE ILIAD OF HOMER (1873)HOMER
Homer's epithet of hundred-gated (ἑκατόμπυλος) may be put on one side as evidence, because the Greek poet did not know Egypt.A HISTORY OF ART IN ANCIENT EGYPT, VOL. II (OF 2)GEORGES PERROT
Formerly two sides were gated off, and priests alone walked there.CATHEDRALS AND CLOISTERS OF THE SOUTH OF FRANCE, VOLUME 1ELISE WHITLOCK ROSE
The row of iron-gated openings in the opposite wall, as you entered, reminded you of prison windows.THE COLLECTION OF ANTIQUITIESHONORE DE BALZAC
Not the hoary tombs of the Pharaohs, and the one hundred gated cities of the Nile.MODERN ELOQUENCE: VOL II, AFTER-DINNER SPEECHES E-OVARIOUS
The monuments of the hundred-gated Thebes are the best school for the study of genuine Egyptian art.A MANUAL OF THE HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF ARTG. G. (GUSTAVUS GEORGE) ZERFFI
And he and his army fought for ten years until the six-gated city was taken, and he brought his wife home once more.ORPHEUS IN MAYFAIR AND OTHER STORIES AND SKETCHESMAURICE BARING
So he went along the road from Delphi till he came to seven-gated Thebes.CHILDREN OF THE DAWNELSIE FINNIMORE BUCKLEY

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