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“Quando chegamos na altura do gramado, havia uma multidão de centenas de pessoas, a maioria estudantes correndo e a tropa de choque avançando e lançando bombas de concusão (falsamente chamadas de “efeito moral” porque soltam estilhaços e machucam bastante) e de gás lacrimogêneo.”
“Como todos nós vimos ontem, a tropa de choque e os tratores sempre funcionam: No Estado de São Paulo é assim: A gente faz.”
“Pero feeling ko hindi kasi may lakad tropa at syempre ... tropa muna bago ang kahit ano.”
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“The moment we were in the carriage, our coachman nodded to us, and saying, "_A la tropa_," galloped off with us in an unknown direction.”
“Nor were we mistaken; for in due time, ascending a steep acclivity, we came upon "_la tropa_" and found some ten thousand soldiers undergoing review, in their seersucker coats and Panama hats, which, being very like the costume of an easy Wall-Street man in August, had a very peaceful appearance on so military an occasion.”
“Time was not so very long ago when Abran de la Garza was called the most dashing _jefe de tropa_ in the service, when señoritas fell to him as alamo leaves shower down to autumn winds; when pride consumed him, and ambition for a Division was burning in his brain.”
“_Nuestra gloriosa tropa siga avanzando sin perder ni una sola palma de terreno_," Karkov said in his strange Spanish.”
“Nuestra gloriosa tropa siga avanzando sin perder ni una sola palma de terreno," Karkov said in his strange Spanish.”
“¡La Justicia de la ciudad está entrando en el pueblo con mucha tropa!”
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