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I’m a tried-and-true Chaco advocate, but on this trip I liked the Parley, because it added a layer of protection from the sun for my feet.
Before he could shut the door, however, the doctor had passed into the parlour, without a word of parley.
Essex consenting to a parley, Tirlogh supposed that he had gained his point, and insisted on Sorley being a party.
After some parley Essex handed him a protection under the Great Seal for himself and all his followers for twenty days.
In the time-eaten wall Clara had found a fissure through which she could watch the parley between Thurstane and the Apaches.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
After some parley these were accepted, but under the circumstances the Emperor felt that mildness must be seasoned by menace.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
Then a trumpet sounded to parley, and a messenger rode forward to communicate with the Arab chief.
I decided to harangue the chiefs, and as a preliminary I gave them the universal sign to sit down and parley.
With this purpose he sent a herald to say that he was desirous of a parley to discuss the matters at issue.
The captain thereupon went down to parley with them, but was met by a shower of blows from the heavy sticks I have just mentioned.

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