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  • There was a crimson clash of war. by Stephen Crane 4240There was a crimson clash of war.Stephen Crane There was crimson clash of war. Lands turned
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  • Chapter 2: On the Heels of the Storm Chapter 3: Senor Zorro Pays a Visit Chapter 4: Swords Clash--And Pedro Explains Chapter 5: A Ride in the Morning Chapter
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  • A clash of steel, a thud of hoofs ... by Robert E. Howard 1893961A clash of steel, a thud of hoofs ...Robert E. Howard A clash of steel, a thud
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  • martyr'd heroes slain Rise in armour from the grave, And they clash their phantom shields on the gale. The fires of rage and shame Thro' their visors
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  • like a blow. The clash of dishes and the viol and bow Mingled beneath the fever of the light. The heat was full of savors, and the bright Laughter
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  • food which friends have offered. The ever-strengthening song of him who worships is sung in fight amid the clash of voices. 5. Aided by thee, O Maghavan
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  • of a proposal by the clash of their arms, as was the practice among the Scandinavian peoples. Wapentakes are not found outside the parts of England which
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  • may we subdue them in the clash of fight. 4. Him who must be invoked by many and by few, who standeth nigh with comfort in the war of men, Indra
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  • titles, see Androcles and the Lion. Androcles and the Lion  (1912)  by George Bernard Shaw 172910Androcles and the LionGeorge Bernard Shaw1912
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  • Wilcox She had looked for his coming as warriors come, With the clash of arms and the bugle's call: But he came instead with a stealthy tread, Which
    919 bytes (237 words) - 22:05, 28 August 2015
  • bring success to pass: When mankind shall be delivered From the clash of magazines, And the inkstand shall be shivered Into countless smithereens: When
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  • That dream song that goes a-ringing Through the chambers of my houses, See the clash of war arouses, He the greatest king who, reigning, Rules in this
    292 bytes (481 words) - 16:18, 1 November 2014
  • pawns, cleaving, embanking! Whirl! Centripetal! Mate! King down in the vortex, Clash, leaping of bands, straight strips of hard colour, Blocked lights
    303 bytes (122 words) - 09:23, 6 December 2015
  • trace the wandering rills And learn their birth. Far off, the clash of sovereign wills May shake the earth. The nimble circuit of the wheel, The uncertain
    353 bytes (318 words) - 12:51, 28 September 2015
  • ever, Still downaward foams the Awe's fierce river; To shun the clash of foeman's steel No Highland brogue has turn'd the heel; But Nora's heart is lost
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  • ’ poems (1902); ‘The Alphabet of Rhetoric’ (1903); ‘The Clash of Nations’ (1914); ‘Captain John Smith’ (1915), and ‘Episodes of the Civil War’ (1916);
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  • peninsula (1897) Letters from Catalonia and other parts of Spain (1905) The Clash of Empires (1907) From A Treasury of War Poetry, ... 1914-1919 (1917):
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  • Beneath whose arm the Hydra bleeds.—[MS. Newstead.] The Trumpet's blast with these accords To sound the clash of hostile swords— Be mine the softer, sweeter
    427 bytes (290 words) - 15:43, 2 November 2012
  • yesterday the tourney, all the eager joy of life, The waving of the banners, and the rattle of the spears, The clash of sword and harness, and the madness
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