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They made it, killed every last one of the Krauts, took the village on schedule.
They took Jesus's body, then, and wrapped it in winding-clothes with the spices ; ;
They were stressed in the speeches of Si Mubarak Bekkai when the first Council of Ministers was formed and again when the Istiqlal took a leading role in the second Council.
When someone says, for example, `` They took x-rays to see that there was nothing wrong with me '', it pays to consider how this statement would normally be made.
`` They took it away, overalls or something ''.
They told police the intruders took a mink coat worth $700, a black Persian lamb jacket worth $450 ; ;
They took nearly a month to investigate, marshal statistics, and put their arguments down in black and white.
They took refuge on an island at Thorney, on the Hertfordshire Colne, where they were blockaded and were ultimately forced to submit.
They took Almudévar, Gurrea de Gállego, and Zuera, besieging Zaragoza itself by the end of May.
They took cover in difficult forested terrain, allowing the warriors time and space to mass without detection.
They did not dawdle at the hour of decision but attacked quickly, using a massive series of short, rapid, vicious charges against the length of the whole Roman line, with charging units sometimes withdrawing to the forest to regroup while others took their place.
They captured a boat carrying 120 barrels of flour out of Havana, and shortly thereafter took 100 barrels of wine from a sloop out of Bermuda.
They feel that the Western-Cape based Afrikaners — whose ancestors did not trek eastwards or northwards — took advantage of the republican Boers ' destitution following the Anglo-Boer War and later attempted to assimilate the Boers into a new politically based cultural label as " Afrikaners ".
They took the side of the Senate in most conflicts with the Princeps, invariably viewing him as being in the wrong.
They took a detour and built a new bridge over the river, just outside of Tavistock.
They took their honeymoon in Ireland.
They used this, yet it burned for eight days ( the time it took to have new oil pressed and made ready ).
They have been described as ' a sort of Via Dolorosa in miniature '... since little or no rebuilding took place on the site of the great basilica.
They took up a long residency at San Francisco's Black Hawk nightclub and gained great popularity touring college campuses, recording a series of albums with such titles as Jazz at Oberlin ( 1953 ), Jazz at the College of the Pacific ( 1953 ), and Brubeck's debut on Columbia Records, Jazz Goes to College ( 1954 ).
He admitted, “ I took over a last-place team, and I kept them there .” They did indeed end up in the basement with a 17 – 57 – 6 record for only 40 points.
They took on the vastly improved Chicago Blackhawks in the Conference Finals, winning in five games.
They tunnelled through the walls of the neighbouring buildings in order to evacuate the Post Office without coming under fire and took up a new position in 16 Moore Street.
They offered the job of making their films to D. W. Griffith, an unimportant actor and playwright, who took up the job, and found he had a gift for it.
They took a prominent part in the battles by which the Prussians forced the line of the Jizera and in the Battle of Jičín.

They and their
They were dirty, their clothes were torn, and the girl was so exhausted that she fell when she was still twenty feet from the front door.
They had pistols in their hands.
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, and the two large fans which I could dimly see as daylight filtered through their vents, down at the far end of the hall, could be turned on by a master switch situated inside the office.
They squatted on their heels in the deep mud and Dill found a cigar in his breast pocket, passing it over silently.
They had spent a million dollars, carving in a road, putting up buildings, drilling their haulage tunnel.
They blame us for all their troubles.
They were sitting on their heels, rider-fashion, over by the still empty calf wagon.
They returned to the street, mounted their horses, rode through the rain to the big house on Houston Street.
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.
`` They were supposed to meet Thor at nine PM for a conference concerning the ad campaign for their soap, a new angle based on this SX-21 stuff ''.
They discussed the way people never tell each other the things on their minds.
They had never seen a tultul but they had heard about it from their fathers ''.
They despise males who brag of their strength ; ;
They bought rustled cattle from the outlaw, kept him supplied with guns and ammunition, harbored his men in their houses.
They know little about their machinery beyond mechanical details.
They squatted on their heels with their heads bent far forward, their eyes only a few inches from the ground.
They roll at night in ashes to keep warm and their second skin has a light dusty cast to it.
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 feel they are leagued against a hostile, persecutory world, faced with the concerted malevolent opposition of squares and their hirelings, the police.

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