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“First is the one-two punch of "Silence" and "Dastard," which benefits from an innate sense of gorgeous melodic phrasing, buoyed by economical yet punchy brass lines.”
“Dastard you backyard me, colonial cybernetic. risen you begrudge me,”
“Frakark, a daughter of Moddan in Dale, was the wife of Liot Nidingr, or the Dastard, a”
“There was a pause -- the old man still holding on hesitatingly, then, -- "Dastard!" he hissed, flinging his son from him with indescribable scorn.”
“Has the Land such a Dastard, as scorns not a Lord,”
“Dastard that you are, to strike a man when he is down," thundered”
“Dastard and forlorn, 'cried Malcolm, with passionate weeping.”
“Don't believe that I rejoice like a Dastard in what I believe to be the Decay of a Great Man: my sorrow has been so much about it that”
“Dastard that I am, too, as well as fool: I felt sunk into the dust by his voice.”
“Norse Odin, immemorial centuries ago, did not he, though a poor Heathen, in the dawn of Time, teach us that for the Dastard there was, and could be, no good fate; no harbour anywhere, save down with Hela, in the pool of Night!”
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