- v. Simple past tense and past participle of conquer.
“Guiana was by an Englishman named Marshall called Marshall's Creek, along the Suriname River Treaty of Breda, in 1667, the Dutch decided to keep the nascent plantation colony of Suriname conquered from the English, while leaving the small trading post of New Amsterdam in North America, now”
“Trust in the courts of conquerers to uphold the rights of the conquered is foolishness. larry birnbaum Says:”
“And yet the return of those lands conquered is assumed to be part of Israeli obligation instead of a concession made by the Israelis in furtherance ofpeace.”
“In 279, Jin conquered the Wu regime and unified China.”
“They standardized the Geneva Convention of 1864 for the protection of the wounded and adopted guidelines for the proper care of prisoners and the treatment of people in conquered and occupied territories.”
“Taxing the people in conquered territories also provided an incentive to build empires.”
“What and Britain conquered a quarter of the globe with candy-floss.”
“Although a vigorous hospital movement had existed in Spain since the fourteenth century, during the reign of the Catholic Monarchs this escalated into a veritable boom, especially in those cities recently conquered from the Moors, such as Granada and Valencia.”
“Usually, each large castle, town, or dungeon that must be conquered is at the behest of someone else.”
“Guyana, conquered from the Dutch, came to be developed under British rule.”
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By Thomas Paine. Published on December 23, 1776 (later published as The American Crisis). Posted here as excerpts, not in entirety.
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