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When it finally sank in, the crowd swarmed onto the field, cheering loudly and chairing Boyle and Spofforth to the pavilion.
When the crowd — eventually reinforced by mutinous gardes françaises — proved a fair match for the fort's defenders, Governor de Launay, the commander of the Bastille, capitulated and opened the gates to avoid a mutual massacre.
When the concessions of land were read in St. Peters, the crowd revolted in anger.
Freda Kirchwey, then editor of The Nation, wrote at the time of her death: " When she spoke to people — whether it was to a small committee or a swarming crowd — hearts beat faster.
When they returned to Paris, the crowd greeted them in silence.
When Robespierre went to the guillotine in July of that year the crowd jeered, " There goes the dirty maximum!
When the Archbishop of Canterbury, William Sancroft, and six other bishops ( the Seven Bishops ) wrote to James asking him to reconsider his policies, they were arrested on charges of seditious libel, but at trial they were acquitted to the cheers of the London crowd.
When Graydon Creed was running for President ( with a heavy anti mutant campaign ) Bobby was chosen to infiltrate in the campaign, his father stand out in a crowd and spoke in favor of the mutants, this came as a surprise to Bobby.
When Hariri's sister took a pro-Syrian line saying that Lebanon should " stand by Syria until its land is liberated and it regains its sovereignty on the occupied Golan Heights " the crowd jeered her.
When the first patrol wagon arrived, Inspector Pine recalled that the crowd — most of whom were homosexual — had grown to at least ten times the number of people who were arrested, and they all became very quiet.
When a group of whites arrived and began pulling at the grating over a window, Bell went outside to confront crowd of 300-400 men.
When President Andrew Jackson was leaving the Capitol out of the East Portico after the funeral of South Carolina Representative Warren R. Davis, Richard Lawrence, an unemployed and deranged housepainter from England, either burst from a crowd or stepped out from hiding behind a column and aimed a pistol at Jackson which misfired.
When Washington won, Jimenez introduced the new mayor in June 1983 before a crowd of 100, 000 Puerto Ricans in Humboldt Park.
When Debs was released from the Atlanta Penitentiary, the other prisoners sent him off with " a roar of cheers " and a crowd of 50, 000 greeted his return to Terre Haute to the accompaniment of band music.
When the participants started to gather in one of the city's principal squares, a huge crowd of opponents attacked the event, injuring several participants and stopping the march.
When the police arrive, a crowd gathers, including Spit, who is recognized as being a member of the gang that attacked the rich kid's father.
When the human prisoners are threatened by the Ewoks, Luke levitates the droid above the crowd as demonstration of the supposed god's ability, so as to prompt release.
When an agitated crowd forced their way into the town hall in Cologne on March 3, two city councillors panicked and jumped out of the window ; one of them broke both his legs.
When the British national anthem was played, the crowd in Wembley Stadium cheered, and Blankers-Koen briefly thought she had been beaten.
When Martins arrives, the crowd believes he is involved and becomes hostile.
When they reach the bunker, they discover it overrun: a crowd of David and Wounded Soldier model robots attack, but Tasso destroys them with a very powerful hand grenade, stating that it was designed to destroy the robots.
When the film was released domestically in February 1956, many theatres displayed several of the pods ( made of paper ) at theatre lobbies and entrances along with large lifelike black and white cutouts of McCarthy and Wynter running frantically away from a crowd.
When he realized the crowd was not letting up and their love for him was real, he broke down in tears while waving and mouthing " thank you ".
When the villagers refused, the enraged soldier fired a single round from his M-79 grenade launcher into the crowd, killing everyone.

When and was
When they were closer and he saw that one was a woman, he was more puzzled than ever.
When the meal was ready, he told Jones to wash up, and going into the front room, woke the girl.
When they reached their neighbor's house, Pamela said a few polite words to Grace and kissed Melissa lightly on the forehead, the impulse prompted by a stray thought -- of the type to which she was frequently subject these days -- that they might never see one another again.
When he regained consciousness he was in Lord's house, in the office of Doctor Lord, the deputy's deceased father.
When it was followed by a second, whining even closer, Cobb swerved sharply aside into a depression.
When the sea was visible ahead of them, the relief was as great as if the sun had come out.
When she appeared at the store to help out for a few hours even my looking at her was surreptitious lest my Uncle notice it.
When our eyes met the air was filled with an unuttered message of `` Me, too ''.
`` When I was in college '', I grinned, `` I remember a poem I had to read in my lit class.
When they got to Shillong, in Assam, he was happy.
`` When I came up, damnit, I thought I was going down.
When he awoke in the mornings, she was in his mind and he could hardly wait to get to school to be near her in the flesh.
When he came back to the schoolhouse, his mind was made up.
When he finally left the sinister mansion on Perdido Street, he was carried out in a coroner's basket.
When he was eight he began violin lessons.
When the possibility that he had not given reconsideration to so weighty a decision seemed to disconcert his questioners, Mr. Eisenhower was known to make his characteristic statement to the press that he was not going to talk about the matter any more.
When he was stripped, deloused and numbered by his guards, his much-thumbed sketchbook was seized and thrown on a pile of prisoners' goods to be confiscated.
When her right hand was incapacitated by the rheumatism, Sadie learned to write with her left hand.
When Harold Arlen returned to California in the winter of 1944, it was to take up again a collaboration with Johnny Mercer, begun some years before.
When he was fifteen John H. Mercer turned out his first song, a jazzy little thing he called `` Sister Susie, Strut Your Stuff ''.
When he heard that Paul Whiteman was looking for singers to replace the Rhythm Boys, Mercer applied and got the job, `` not for my voice, I'm sure, but because I could write songs and material generally ''.

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