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“Informed that the success of the exercise hinged upon surprise and unpredictability, they had to confess that it had indeed caught them completely unprepared, and might logically therefore have the same effect upon the enemy.”
“More likely to confess and laugh, I would have thought, and meet a warning-off with a what-the-hell shrug.”
“The methods of detecting witches and the tortures to which suspected persons were subjected to force them to confess to imaginary crimes, employed in so-called civilised England and Scotland and also in America, to say nothing of countries in which the "Holy" Inquisition held undisputed sway, are almost too horrible to describe.”
“The stirrings of moth-passion I felt that night were in truth a reawakening: I have to confess to having been a boy lepidopterist of the old school.”
“Jube Early had to confess afterward that he "could not see any portion of the troops engaged.”
““It was obvious from the amount of damage their vessel had sustained prior to entering Elysia that they had been in some sort of confrontation, and it did not take long for Glind and his companions to confess to their crimes.””
“One of them is going to confess or I'll resign from the space-service. ”
“Alfred of Beverley tells us that Geoffrey of Monmouth's book "was so universally talked of that to confess ignorance of its stories was the mark of a clown.”
“It gave me time to contemplate my own sins, none of which I cared to confess either to Father Gower or to Miss Grant.”
“I had Dr. Young bursting into that office, which would be new and on the top floor, to present her with her own large box of maple sugar candy and to confess his love for her.”
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