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“A route of safe passage was proposed by the Fallaji through the heart of the Sword Marches.”
“Their absence created a potential danger: if the prewar Triple Alliance of Germany, Austria, and Italy held firm, the combined fleets of these three powers would be superior to the French Mediterranean fleet and the safe passage of the XIX Corps would be in jeopardy.”
“In the one letter that was to secure the envoys a safe passage through Lombard territory, he agreed to the demands of Desiderius and begged Pepin to accede to the wishes of the Lombards by making a treaty of peace and returning the hostages.”
“The safe passage of the stream was the first great object, and General Hooker's dispositions to effect this were highly judicious.”
“But Wu Fang Choi, he thought grimly, had been the fool — he had never demanded safe passage for the ship as part of his favor and so had been outsmarted by the Green-Eyed Devil, the tai-pan.”
“He sacrificed to Zeus the Soter “savior”—the same Greek word Christians would later use for Christ, to his ancestor Hercules, and to the local god personifying the Danube, who had allowed him safe passage across his waters.”
“The Persian King, Artaxerxes, promising them safe passage through his realm and then treacherously murdering their generals, believing that without leaders the Greek hoplites would be easy prey to his cavalry.”
“Maybe valuable enough that she could trade them for safe passage out of Deorthas.”
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