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They brought to it all the odors that clung to men like themselves, that of their own sweat, of campfire smoke, of horses and cattle.
for example, the mode of bravery to this anonymous folk poem: `` They brought me news that Spring is in the plains And Ahmad's blood the crimson tulip stains ; ;
They tasted good to him, so he brought some to breakfast to eat in his cereal bowl with milk and honey.
They were all shouting at her as if she were the embodiment of the evil she brought.
They invade his temple, and he says that the matter should be brought before Athena.
They brought two children from Ireland, Hugh ( born 1763 ) and Robert ( born 1764 ).
They were from hundreds of tribes across West Africa, and brought with them certain traits of West African music including call and response vocals and complex rhythmic music, as well as syncopated beats and shifting accents.
They also introduced the wheel, and brought wooden carts and carriages to facilitate their transport.
They repeatedly denied that the weapons being brought into Cuba were offensive in nature.
They brought Kelzang Gyatso with them from Kumbum to Lhasa and he was installed as the seventh Dalai Lama in 1721.
They were brought together by their friend in common at that time, Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
They also brought flashy choreography and solos.
They brought Leyding to Fenrir and suggested that the wolf try his strength with it.
They brought devastation to the heart of the Empire, until Stilicho defeated them in 406 and recruited most of them into his forces.
They brought their crimes with them.
They typically have strong, stubby beaks, which in some species can be quite large ; however, Hawaiian honeycreepers are famous for the wide range of bill shapes and sizes brought about by adaptive radiation.
They were brought to Nuremberg to testify at the trials, and were released in November 1946.
They may not be transferred to the service of foreign powers, nor may the military forces of any foreign power, except auxiliary forces assisting against hostile attack, be brought into the Realm without the consent of the Storting.
They were brought back to Paris, after which they were essentially kept under house-arrest at the Tuileries.
They are derived from the Baroque harps that were brought from Spain during the colonial period.
They have an elongated pouch on each side of their heads that extends to their shoulders, which they stuff full of food to be stored, brought back to the colony or to be eaten later.
They are brought to Earth-616 as a result of M-Day.
They brought strong musical traditions with them.
They had noticed that when the electrodes were brought near the patient's skin, there was a glow similar to that of a neon discharge tube.
Opposition MP Akram Chehayeb said " That is where the difference between us and them lies: They asked these people to come and they brought them here, whereas the opposition's supporters come here on their own.

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They poured through the opening in the valley, then spread out in a long line to come at us, brandishing their lances and filling the morning with their spine-chilling scalp cry.
They lay a little too stiffly, with their eyes straining to stay closed.
They wouldn't o' stood no chance with you in a plain, straight-out shoot-down ''.
They bought rustled cattle from the outlaw, kept him supplied with guns and ammunition, harbored his men in their houses.
They have pulled out all my teeth and now she will carve out my tongue with her hacksaw!!
They include the Navy's Atlantic Command at Norfolk, Virginia, which is in contact with the Polaris subs ; ;
They, too, have fragments of the go code with them.
They saw it before I did, even with my binoculars.
They are huge areas which have been swept by winds for so many centuries that there is no soil left, but only deep bare ridges fifty or sixty yards apart with ravines between them thirty or forty feet deep and the only thing that moves is a scuttling layer of sand.
They went well-equipped with everything except knowledge of the `` outback '' country.
They lay, with the birds hopping from branch to branch above them and the bright sky peeping down at them.
They squatted on their heels with their heads bent far forward, their eyes only a few inches from the ground.
They recognized that slavery was a moral issue and not merely an economic interest, and that to recognize it explicitly in their Constitution would be in explosive contradiction to the concept of sovereignty they had set forth in the Declaration of 1776 that `` all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among them are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
They look as if they had been sculptured with an unsharpened chisel.
They embrace independent poverty, usually with a `` shack-up '' partner who will help support them.
They feel they are leagued against a hostile, persecutory world, faced with the concerted malevolent opposition of squares and their hirelings, the police.
They bring an inextricable component of value within themselves, with attractions and repulsions native to their own quality.
They move only in accordance with what is in their natures.
They were in fact quietly laughing at him, for their King wished to have nothing to do with the Western world.
They had lost twice with the radical Bryan, and were having no part of Hearst, whom they considered more radical than Bryan.
They kicked their horses through the deep water with their bare heels, drove the Rebels out of their rifle pits and captured four men.
They, however much they were in disagreement with the late Victorians over the method by which Britain was Germanized, agreed with them that the end result was the complete extinction of the previous Celtic population and civilization.
They were aware that soldiers went to town, in more ways than one, because of the monotony of camp life, to find the only release available in the absence of movies, reading rooms, and playing fields with adequate athletic equipment.
They, too, have links with the city's ills.

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