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“Even as my awareness reached towards him, longing to protect him from the doom he had brought down on himself,”
“Proscribe forever, I pray you, such enormous authority, which was the doom of Rome.”
“When president and lieutenant general had disagreed thoroughly and ended their conference, Davis walked to the gate, shook hands cordially, "and dismissed me with his gracious smile; but a bitter look lurking about its margin, and the ground-swell, admonished me that clouds were gathering about head-quarters of the First Corps even faster than those that told the doom of the Southern cause.”
“Chs. 13-23 contain chiefly a collection of utterances, each of which is styled a "burden," fore-telling the doom of”
“Artabanus, and was obliged to purchase peace by paying an indemnity of 50,000,000 denarii (about $9,000,000) at the very time when the doom of Parthia was impending.”
“So it was, when the doom of fifty years of living death was uttered by Judge Scott, that Jim Hall, hating all things in the society that misused him, rose up and raged in the court-room until dragged down by half a dozen of his blue-coated enemies.”
“(numbered), the first word of the mysterious inscription written upon the wall of Belshazzar's palace, in which Daniel read the doom of the king and his dynasty.”
“Presently it chanced that there befel their chief the doom irrevocably appointed to all creatures and he departed life; 89 whereupon the others mourned for him with sore mourning, and what added to their grief was that there abided not amongst them like him one who should fill his place.”
“It was plain to see that in the morning, Lord Potomac's Cavaliers would overrun that little fort and seal the doom of Tom Jefferson's free-mountain rebellion.”
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