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Like pillagers of harvest, Their fame is far abroad, As gray remorseless troopers That plunder and maraud.
SONGS FROM VAGABONDIABLISS CARMAN AND RICHARD HOVEY
Maraud seized upon one, but when he had cut it he perceived that it was made of hairs, and he threw it down in disgust.
LEGENDS & ROMANCES OF BRITTANYLEWIS SPENCE
Was he right in thinking that Madam Maraud was also happy in August?
THE GENTLEMAN FROM SAN FRANCISCOIVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN
Some of his people who had been out, partly on a scout, partly maraud, brought him some news.
IN THE WHIRL OF THE RISINGBERTRAM MITFORD
Her health could not be called robust, but it gave no cause of anxiety to M. Maraud.
THE GENTLEMAN FROM SAN FRANCISCOIVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN
And M. Maraud was happy, untroubled, convinced that her soul was tranquil and open to him.
THE GENTLEMAN FROM SAN FRANCISCOIVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN
The days in Constantine passed monotonously, but no one noticed that Madame Maraud minded that.
THE GENTLEMAN FROM SAN FRANCISCOIVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN
But Madame Maraud, it seemed, did not attach any particular importance to this delirium.
THE GENTLEMAN FROM SAN FRANCISCOIVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN
More rarely when on a mere pilfering maraud, directed against some frontier settlement, or travelling party of whites.
THE DEATH SHOTMAYNE REID
All have been “cached” in a cave among the rocks; there to remain till needed for some future maraud, or massacre.
THE DEATH SHOTMAYNE REID
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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