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Then the Earl departed and a thrall of his named Kark bore him company.
Thereupon dug the thrall a large ditch in the sty & carried away the earth, and afterwards placed wood across it.
But bad fortune overtook Mr. Croker and the eighteen who then held him in partial thrall.
Well had he said to himself that night in May: "La belle Dame sans mercy hath thee in thrall."
PLASHERS MEADCOMPTON MACKENZIE
The Teutonic race had a myth which explained the origin of the classes eorl, ceorl and thrall (earl, churl and slave).
Say, thou thrall, before refilling that capacious cavern, what had best be done in order to increase our speed?
She even gave me to understand that she would wed me as a thrall, if only Leif and Karlsefin would give their consent.
The great train thundered on, and silence largely held us all in its thrall.
It was the interval between beef-and calf-roundups, and the witchery of Indian Summer held the range-land in thrall.
THE HAPPY FAMILYBERTHA MUZZY BOWER
The thrall said he had a very poor life of it to have to lie there in exile and be ill-treated and beaten if anything went wrong.

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