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With temperatures near freezing most of the day and some roads treacherous, police asked residents to stay home.
Traveling from one river valley to the next, Rachael has to cross a mountain pass that’s positively treacherous in the winter, then follow a narrow, winding road through a canyon.
Ancient road networks crisscross the lava flows’ treacherous terrain, and pottery pieces and charcoal have been found in and around cave entrances.
A self-professed fitness enthusiast, Amos took special pleasure in the rucks, a run in full military gear over treacherous terrain.
The greens, meanwhile, will maintain their usual slickness thanks to the underground Sub-Air system that removes excess moisture to help keep them in treacherous shape all year.
But they, like Adam, have transgressed the covenant, there have they dealt treacherously against me.
But Tryphon, when he was upon a journey with the young king, Antiochus, treacherously slew him.
Duddingston was treacherously shot at and wounded; he and his men were set on shore, and the schooner was burnt.
I had you at my mercy when I was treacherously struck down from behind.
Thuringia was invaded, her king defeated, and after a while treacherously slain.
THEODORIC THE GOTHTHOMAS HODGKIN

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