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Five coaches, each containing six of the obnoxious prisoners, started to convey them to the prison of the Abbayé.
Mr. Osborne's pronounced Northern principles had made him very obnoxious to those who sympathized with the South.
Stephen, as the head of the Christian community, was especially obnoxious to heathen rage.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
We then made ourselves horribly obnoxious with our machine guns, and opened by arrangement.
He stormed and wheedled, threatened and bribed; the obnoxious instrument was constantly brandished before his eyes.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
Public meetings were held, and petitions were sent up from all quarters against the obnoxious proposition.
These obnoxious practices seem to have been carried to a particularly distasteful length on the borders of Wales.
On the next Sunday his voice, when reading the obnoxious prayers, was drowned by a clattering of arms.
Dangerfield breathed a curse at all humanity in general and those obnoxious members in particular who roamed in motor-boats.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
No doubt he descried in the movement a chance for a diversion of the public mind from obnoxious topics.

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