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“We killed and destroyed TTP swat Strongholds and Leadership and forced the remnants to escape.”
“You can learn more about this through our teaching called Identifying and Destroying Personal Spiritual Strongholds.”
“The Angry Arab News Service/وكالة أنباء العربي الغاضب: Schools are also "Hamas Strongholds": ask the NYT skip to main”
“The usual caveats on a Scottish poll apply that a large number of Lib Dem Strongholds will normally not be polled, don't think many pollsters get North of the Tay outside of Aberdeen.”
“Strongholds of opposition leader Raila Odinga in the west of the country were badly hit and the tea plantations witnessed score-settling between Odinga supporters and suspected Kibaki sympathisers.”
“Strongholds of his are in your power, and your own that were torn from you in other days by the Syrian domination are now restored to you again.”
“They are doing this because they see that the old Labour Strongholds will; eventually be impossible to retain by benefits policy and sheer wealth will destroy the urban Strongholds.”
“Labour are highly unlikely to hold control of the council, their deeply unpopular particularly in areas previously consider "Labour Strongholds".”
“Its roots lie among the British charismatic revival of the 60 and 70s, according to Mennonite magazine Direction, while the Miller Avenue Baptist Church claims it started in 1989 with John Dawson's book "Taking Our Cities for God: How to Break Spiritual Strongholds".”
“Unfortunately, I didn't: with 'Winter Mantle', 'The Greatest Knight' and 'Shadows and Strongholds', I simply didn't get beyond the first few chapters because, as you so rightly say, what's the point of continuing if you don't like the style, or if you aren't grabbed by the characters and the story?”
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