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At and beginning
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At and battle
At the battle with Amalek, he is chosen with Hur to support the hand of Moses that held the " rod of God " ( Exodus 17: 9 ).
At Antietam, he led his men into the deadly fighting in the Cornfield and the West Woods, and one colonel described him as a " gallant officer ... remarkably cool and at the very front of battle.
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At 11: 00, the Duke ordered the army to take standard battle formation.
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At the time of the battle, Sparta and Athens were the two largest city states.
At first of a mind to let Anthony sail and then attack him, he was prevailed upon by Agrippa to give battle.
At the Battle of Waterloo — Napoleon's final battlethe French army had many more artillery pieces than either the British or Prussians.
At the conclusion of Second Coming Professor X is seen surveying the aftermath of the battle from a helicopter.
At first, the danger to a battle fleet was considered only to exist when at anchor, but as faster and longer range torpedoes were developed, the threat extended to cruising at sea.
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At the Battle of Gravelotte, they formed the extreme left of the German army, and with the Prussian Guard carried out the attack on St Privat, the final and decisive action in the battle.
At the battle of Rio Salado he successfully fought against a Marinid invasion from Morocco in 1340, and at the taking of Algeciras in 1344 he led the armed levy of his archbishopric.
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