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“He has accomplished the emprize of the bow, long thought unattainable, and with which a popular report connects an idle prophecy.”
“Henry, if thou meanest me, I am but half a Douglas in this emprize — half head, half heart, and half hand. —”
“If Kings would see their high emprize preserved, v. 106.”
“Yes, dear angel, I go like a man vowed to some great emprize, the guerdon of which, if success attend him, is the recovery of his beautiful mistress.”
“Thou art no Christian, Rebecca; and to thee are unknown those high feelings which swell the bosom of a noble maiden when her lover hath done some deed of emprize which sanctions his flame.”
“Eke everychone who shulde her ele  emprize .”
“Under such a leader as thou hast spoken this knight to be, there are no craven fears, no cold-blooded delays, no yielding up a gallant emprize, since the difficulties which render it arduous render it also glorious.”
“The church contains several antique tombs, together with curious monumental brasses, nearly all, I believe I may say all, to the memory of the Cotton family; amongst whom, judging from the inscriptions, were crusaders and knights of mighty emprize, and other worthies.”
“Thine was the worlds dim dawn, the prime emprize;”
“` ` Rebecca, '' said Ivanhoe, ` ` thou hast painted a hero; surely they rest but to refresh their force, or to provide the means of crossing the moat --- Under such a leader as thou hast spoken this knight to be, there are no craven fears, no cold-blooded delays, no yielding up a gallant emprize; since the difficulties which render it arduous render it also glorious.”
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