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The whole history of human civilization was denounced as an unredeemed record of the spoliation of the weak by the strong.
It was resigned to the Spanish governmental system of spoliation, and no one thought of reforms.
Having led in the first place to the adornment of their sepulchres, it ultimately caused their destruction and spoliation.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
Before long, however, the acts of violence and the spoliation effected by the decrees of the assembly roused widespread disgust.
Such a spoliation of the Church had not before taken place in any country of Europe.
But while he despoiled the Saxon prelates, he would suffer no royal spoliation of the Norman bishops.
To this revival of a spirit of independence the spoliation of the Church largely contributed.
He stood guard over their rights, as far as he could ascertain them in the spoliation that had to come.
Wanton destruction and not spoliation, common in war tactics, was their watchword.
The mighty bridge, stretching along over our heads, had done its share in the slaughter and spoliation.
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