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But the programme of the Ultras of the "ins" falls far short of that of the Ultras of the "outs."

He continued a leader of the Ultras after the battle of the Boyne, and quarrelled with the government.

The clubs of the Ultras are very indignant at the Government having accused the braves of Belleville of cowardice.

Where the ultras were very proud, the doctrinarians were rather ashamed.

Les MisrablesVictor Hugo

On this the liberals of the town classed Madame Graslin among the devotes, the ultras.

The Village RectorHonore de Balzac

The Jacobins are, I am told, as much depressed by this as the Ultras are elated.

Such a request would be absurd in the highest degree, and none but ultras recommend it.

Lucien, besides, needed a sure man in the Liberal party to attack the Ultras and men in office who might refuse to help him.

The movement on the part of the "Ultras" to elect at once a municipality is gaining strength.

The attempt of the "Ultras" to force Trochu to resign has been a failure.

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