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“What is next for the battle-weary heroes known as Nova, Peter Quill and Quasar?”
“With Voodoo and Grunge on a desperate mission to get the worldâ€ ™ s battle-weary defenders the help they desperately need, conflicts rage in UnLondon and at the North and South Poles.”
“The previous season, after 11 years of campaigning, his battle-weary troops, faced in India with the prospect of a never-ending pursuit of conquest and Homeric glory, had mutinied and forced him to turn back.”
“As dinner was cleared away, he addressed his troops, battle-weary most of them after a summer shellacking, who gazed back with tired indifference.”
“For battle-weary hedge-fund managers that survived the crisis an d the nerve-jangling volatility of the past few years, any pickup in deals will come as a relief.”
“After the bill was passed, Janet Folger Porter, former legislative director of Ohio Right to Life, said, "For every battle-weary pro-lifer who didn't see how children were going to be protected in our lifetime, come see what God is doing in Ohio.”
“Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are increasingly battle-weary after a year of brinkmanship and are ready to go home for the holidays.”
“And these critical men who rush to defend the principle of dirty personal remarks; how do they behave around girls who are more timid, less articulate, less battle-weary than I am?”
“I believed him, except that it felt to me as though I was speaking to someone in the trenches, who had been in the trenches for a long time, who had survived while others failed, who was battle-weary but full of wisdom.”
“In his book on the Pacific campaign in the second world war, Hugh Ambrose writes of a party of dedicated musicians putting on a classical concert for battle-weary US marines on an island near the front line.”
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