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I told them of the stirring times in Cuba, till the day came when we stormed the hill, and they had to carry me back to the sea.
She therefore yielded enchantingly when he enveloped her, smothered her, stormed her lips, and even pulled her hair.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
The place must be battered until a breach was made, and stormed à la Turque.
This morning early we got maxims on to each end of the place they had stormed, and then the Dublins retook it with the bayonet.
McKettrick spluttered and stormed and pleaded, but Wangen was firm and gave but one answer.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
Even when a modest place at a table has been stormed, it is necessary to wait an eternity before the long-desired meal is served.
The torch still waved, and Jose Castro stormed and raved at the men in the boats.
He stormed himself, yet put to silence those who presumed to quarrel by his imperious voice.
The machine, the outcome of the wonderful inventive genius of man, stormed the very gates of hell itself.
Ten days since it befell that Moslem corsairs landed by night at Cefalu, and stormed your father's castle.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS

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