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Only a part of the village and country populations is sufficiently disposed to revolt.
Already, in England, a good fourth of the population had been displaced; and what were these displaced populations to do?
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
There were no terms too harsh for the "Moniteur" to apply when speaking of the hostile court and the resisting populations.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
More and more slowly Michael would glide along, loath to desert the dreaming populations of dusk.
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 1COMPTON MACKENZIE
Brandenburg saw its towns sieged and sacked, its country populations driven to despair, by the one party and the other.
Huge populations were in the shallow sandy backwaters and cut-off pools of the Arkansas River.
They are mostly isolated rural populations who have remained to a large extent outside of the cosmopolitan cultures of the cities.
Its introducers must often have been few compared with the large and dense populations among which they came.
When, however, the populations differ, one of two views has to be taken.
Plenty of populations besides those of Mongolia Proper are Mongol in physiognomy.

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