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He rebuilt the fortifications of Megiddo, thus securing the control of the network of roads which traversed Southern Syria.

Thus kept he his word to the Earth Mother, and gave her light, that she might see.

In the Time That WasJames Frederic Thorne

Thus my memory was really correct; I had merely forgotten the experience to which it referred.

Thus he became acquainted with a famous singing girl called Tu, whose first name was Mei, or "Elegance."

Eastern Shame GirlCharles Georges Souli

At last he became worn out, and lay quite still, and thus froze fast in the ice.

Slowly that great shadow filled the room, took on human shape, until at last it would be only thus that he would appear.

Hervey, cowering in the chair, thus met with an antagonist against whom he had no armor.

The Green MummyFergus Hume

Thus the long line of the Bishop-Princes of Lige, and the place in which for centuries they had been inaugurated, fell together.

BelgiumGeorge W. T. (George William Thomson) Omond

From the blood, thus imperfectly purified, may result kidney troubles and various diseases of the liver and the stomach.

A Practical PhysiologyAlbert F. Blaisdell

Thus by the universal improvement would be engendered a universal discontent.

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