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The Spaniards, indeed, feigned to regard them only as a remnant of the rebels who had joined the pre-existing brigand bands.
Doubtless the commentator habit is fixed in the nature of man; but it was pre-eminently mediaeval.
From pre-natal days I was destined for the railway service, as an oyster to its shell.
Dr. Wilson says, in the statistical accounts of Scotland, many of which are suggestive of a pre-Raleigh period.
Offered to Him that liveth for ever and ever, it celebrates his eternal pre-existence and existence to eternal ages.
Elegant country houses are situated upon the eminences and along the high road, at short distances from each other.
He seemed to recall a state of lush, sybaritic softness, in pre-silicate times.
He sees nothing in any one of these religions to justify its claim to infallibility or pre-eminence.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
Our road now lay over fertile eminences, varied with fields and meadows in a high state of cultivation.
But, apart from this, the Bruce's capacity as a military commander stands forth pre-eminent.
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