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It was like the resurrection of Prussia in 1813, against the tyrannic domination of the French emperor.
A delegation was sent to the king with a strong remonstrance against his tyrannic course.
Two years later Mr. Davidson met the king, and, refusing to submit conscience to his tyrannic will, was cast into prison.
And it seems to me to be constantly a nickname affixed by the oppression of their tyrannic rulers.
The thanks and prayers of the elder daughter would have affected with pity and commiseration the most tyrannic heart.
But this great consolation tyrannic destiny would not allow.
VOLTAIRE'S ROMANCESFRANOIS-MARIE AROUET
According to this tyrannic dogma, the God of mercies has destined the greatest part of mankind to eternal torments.
CHRISTIANITY UNVEILEDNICOLAS-ANTOINE BOULANGER
Drive this monster of tyrannic fear from your mind, and enjoy the inestimable freedom of an emancipated human being.
Were I immortal as thou art, how I would hurl thee from thy usurped and tyrannic sway over the mighty energies of nature.
She could not see his face, but she knew that he was looking at her with his expression at once tyrannic and benevolent.
HILDA LESSWAYSARNOLD BENNETT

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