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The British, however, settled for the capitulation of Alexandria, and made off with a trove of ships and other plunder as they sailed back down the Potomac.
That standard gothic story plot is about borders and border crossing, about the terrors of the other, about wealth and exploitation and plunder and shifting power dynamics.
The manner of this acquisition would be a topic of discussion in biblical interpretation for centuries, for fear that it looks like plunder.
But they soon fell out, for Murat had the audacity to try and make these patriots fight instead of merely seeking plunder.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
And knowing that bunch as well as I do, I don't think they'll lift the plunder and quit the country till they can go together.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
I stumbled over a fat trumpeter in the field, stript and plunder'd, with his skin full of bullets.
From this area, Dunmore and his friends made repeated plunder attacks along the coast of Virginia until summer.
Consequently, we could not ascribe these deaths to a desire for plunder on the part of some unknown person.
THE STAIRCASE AT THE HEARTS DELIGHTANNA KATHARINE GREEN (MRS. CHARLES ROHLFS)
That black-hearted villain, Hidayut Khan, wanted more than his share of plunder on many occasions, and was refused it.
CONFESSIONS OF A THUGPHILIP MEADOWS TAYLOR
The way in which men are brought up makes them useful but to the clergy, who blind them, and to the tyrants, who plunder them.

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