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Assassination and incendiarism were the common instruments of this diabolical association of fanaticism and bigotry.
It will be noticed that they both alluded to the incendiarism as 'this.'
For the moment it seemed that her incendiarism was going to fulfil itself on larger lines than she had intended.
DODO'S DAUGHTERE. F. BENSON
Jealousies and wars, incendiarism and bloodshed, among the nations!
WHAT IS PROPERTY?P. J. PROUDHON
"It seems to be your fate," said the old woman who was charged with incendiarism.
THE AWAKENINGLEO NIKOLEYEVICH TOLSTOY
Incendiarism was the only cause that could be assigned, and many were the speculations as to who the guilty party could be.
They deplored incendiarism, machine destruction, and all the purely retaliative acts of the laborers.
From the commencement of March the provincial papers held forth at the same time, speaking of incendiarism and pillage in Paris.
Their hurried retirement was marked by pillage and incendiarism and the usual devastations according to their settled program.
The offenders were rarely discovered, and the workers attributed the incendiarism to a mythical person whom they named “Swing.”

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