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The defendants knew that they were succored, and the assailants recoiled before so unexpected a foe.
He is watched by the eyes of infinite Pity and Affection, braced for his faithful work, succored in his fierce temptations.
But he attained it with his mildness, the inoffensive method by which our religious succored the weakness of those Indians.
Whenever the enemy may attack them in force, they cannot be succored by either sea or land.
God succored him again, for as the darkness fell, he heard the sound of a little bell ringing through the gathering night.
If a rope be at hand, fasten it to the person who is giving help, that he may be succored, if he venture too far.
He succored the imperilled colonists with supplies, and offered to take them back to England.
You or I had abandoned with impatience the cause that she had succored against every disappointment.
They were succored there with great generosity, for in works of charity the Portuguese are most generous.
Gudin affirms that M. Goëzman fallen into misery was succored by him; that Baculard was on his register for 3,600 frs.

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