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Then the general started out to secure the longest and heaviest pair of cavalry sabres he could find in Rome.
The heaviest rainfall usually occurs, however, during the summer.
This blow, struck by Madame Roland, was by far the heaviest the throne of France had yet received.
They rivaled the Jacobins in the endeavor to see who could strike the heaviest blows against the throne.
The Pryor makes the heaviest, richest shipping, and can only be grown to perfection on alluvial or heavily manured lands.
On very sandy fields the heaviest rainfall may be taken up by the porous earth, so that no streams are found.
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The heaviest contributions were levied on all natives and foreigners, and the misery of a siege was coming upon the city.
To ford the main river was no longer possible, for the heaviest man would have been swept off his feet in an instant.
And, of all the yokes, is not that of the glebe the heaviest, which forbids them to cross the boundaries of their own seigniory.
A tremendous bombardment goes on about 10 miles east of us, the heaviest I have heard yet.

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