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“Now he considered the route, trying to piece it together from his memories of pre-Cataclysmic Ansalon.”
“Lifting one of the couches, he tipped it forward so that the godboy and goddessgirl who had been sitting on it together slid off.”
“As to your Saint-Antoine, if you let me, I shall see about finding you a publisher or a review on my next trip to Paris, but we ought to talk about it together and you ought to read it to me.”
“Third, Charles Field was still bed-ridden with the wound received at Manassas; his brigade needed a leader who would pull it together again as an effective unit of A. P. Hill's division.”
“In England a King hath little more to do than to make war and give away places; which, in plain terms, is to empoverish the nation and set it together by the ears.”
“I started piecing it together while Martini fed it to the reporters.”
“Major L. Mims, the chairman of the committee, at my request, called it together for the purpose of making the examination; the committee failed to meet, hence no examination has taken place.”
“When in the winter of 312 Constantine's Gallic troops were withdrawn from Italy, and Licinius was still at Milan, Maximinus pushed on by forced marches to the capital, Byzantium, and captured it together with Heraclea.”
“THIRTY YEARS AGO, when the county slapped it together at the outskirts of Riverhead, the Arthur M. Cromarty Complex,”
“They were the perfect opportunity to play extreme dress-up, so in 1997 during my Melrose Place stint, when I was a presenter at the American Music Awards, I teased my hair really wildtoo wildand wore a yellow gown cut all the way up to my armpit, with only a tiny little string holding it together at the hip.”
Looking for tweets for it together.