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“ These are still to be found among the ruins of Om-Keis, probably the ancient Gadara.”
“It were too long to narrate their adventures at length, or to describe in detail how Johnson grieved over traces of the iconoclastic zeal of Knox's disciples, seriously investigated stories of second-sight, cross-examined and brow-beat credulous believers in the authenticity of Ossian, and felt his piety grow warm among the ruins of Iona.”
“There stands to the present day, among the ruins of Alexandria, a beautiful column, about one hundred feet high, which has been known in all modern times as POMPEY'S PILLAR.”
“And so I sat there holding her uninjured hand among the ruins of my blood-soaked dining-room, wiping away the tears that trickled from her eyes and doing what I could to comfort her.”
“The other ogres cowered, looking small standing among the ruins and the dead.”
“She had come to the conclusion that when Gezzar Pasha embellished the city of Acre by digging for marble among the ruins of Ascalon, he had been fortunate enough to discover the treasure, and she believed that his apparent mania for building was only a cloak to conceal his real motives for excavating.”
“Among certain classes, not always the lowest, we find a greedy passion that expends itself in indefatigable digging for such precious caches, in the environs of abandoned temples, or among the ruins of the ancient capital, Ayudia.”
“ Junior Artificer Sanwell, who a lifetime ago stood with Urza among the ruins of Kroog, found the Lord Protector in his workshop.”
“Pathetic cries from a cellar overcame Private John Grime's sense of self-preservation, compelling him to quit his slit trench and plunge among the ruins in an attempt to rescue a trapped civilian and a badly injured Canadian soldier.”
“As the wagons crossed, Maydreo and Chalker poked among the ruins of one of the houses.”
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