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““Be damned sure we’ll tell Prince Conrig you’re lazing away in the sack if you’re not down here on the spot when he returns.””
“In his retreat towards the Pyrenees, he revenged his disappointment on the country through which he passed; and, in the sack of Pollentia and Astorga, he showed himself a faithless ally, as well as a cruel enemy.”
“Then he set a great stone in the sack in my stead and cast it into the sea; but, when thou signedst to him to throw me in, thy seal-ring dropped from thy finger into the main, and a fish swallowed it.”
“Vanin could steal a hen pheasant's eggs without disturbing her on the nest, though it was unlikely he would fail to put her in the sack too.”
“That should count more than a roll in the sack with an inhuman, bloodsucking scumbag.”
“We could not be with him in the sack of villages, the murder of innocent men, women and children; we could not approve of his massacre of Aerschot, his burning of Louvain, his extermination of the Armenians.”
“—Margo Adams, comparing Garvey and Boggs in the sack but it’s really more of an insult to Boggs, isn’t it?”
“Before he revealed his identity, Joseph hid a silver chalice in the sack of his brother Benjamin, and then accused him of the theft Gen. 37:1ff.”
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