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There she wrote _Out There_, an account of the work of herself and her colleagues in Rouen, full of the inimitable wit and indomitable courage of soldiers, the untiring activities of canteen workers, and the affectionate good-fellowship which existed between these two classes.
There was a balm in the fragrant atmosphere of the cool, gray morning which entered the soul of Tom Slade and whispered to him, _There is no such word as fail.
There was meat in abundance, and the wolf attacked it instantly and thought, There is plenty of time before I need leave off!
There was also promised a prophet like unto Moses; but Deut.xxxiv. declares that "_There arose no Prophet in
Oriental Religions and Christianity A Course of Lectures Delivered on the Ely Foundation Before the Students of Union Theological Seminary, New York, 1891
There was something so noble in the proud arch of this horse's neck, something so powerful in the fling of his hooves that I exclaimed to the landlord, "_There_ is the kind of saddle-horse I am looking for!
There is a German word that translates to something like "the prerogatives of a free citizen" that is supposedly linked to this custom.
There is a word for people who take religious dogma and twist it around for their own needs: heretics.
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There is a word for these sorts of threats: Terrorism.
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There is a word used to describe a statement that deviates significantly from the truth.
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