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“Council — but when I ran, and I mean I really ran, the folks in east and west Durham, the mill people, voted for me.”
“Our army hit the east and west sides of the walls simultaneously, the forces of Mochs ready for this maneuver, defending both sections and still keeping a sizable force in reserve.”
“Ewell advanced in front down the Old Turnpike, that one of the two great highways here running east and west which is nearest the Rapidan; Hill came on over the Orange Plank-road, a little south of the turnpike, and thus formed on Ewell's right; and Longstreet, following, came in on the right of Hill.”
“It was open for a couple of miles to the east and west and we could work, and I could hear the flights behind me breaking out of the thunder-bumps and charging north.”
“There the man could see south and east and west and the great Sheung Sz Mun Channel which approached Hong Kong from the south — the only path inward bound for ships from home, from England.”
“This track was not flooded, for it wound uphill onto the flanks of the Malverns, that long range of hills which stands proud of the lower lands to east and west of it, like a huge, petrified roller in a sea otherwise calm.”
“To many in both the east and west it was the Globke affair that crystallized how things were to be in the new West German Republic.”
“Their orders were to advance east and west of the major road leading to Falaise and capture the town by midday.”
“In retrospect, it seems probable that when Cradock spoke of forming a new squadron, he assumed that he would control the operations of both the east and west coast squadrons.”
“The lower rooms were entirely given over to the birds, who walked about them with a proprietary air, as though the place had been built by themselves, and not by certain dusty copyholders who now lay east and west in the churchyard.”
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