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  • Assail me and you irrevocably ravish your own integrity, triturate your own sculpted truths.

    The Astigmatism Of The Human Genome Project

  • His e-mails have recently been the subject of a front-page story by Glenn Kessler in The Washington Post, headlined “Conservatives Assail North Korea Accord.”

    Grand Illusions

  • His e-mails have recently been the subject of a front-page story by Glenn Kessler in The Washington Post, headlined “Conservatives Assail North Korea Accord.”

    Grand Illusions

  • “The essential idea”: “Educators Assail Peacetime Draft,” NYT, July 9, 1940.

    Human Smoke

  • “You have seen”: “Assail Lindbergh for Iowa Speech,” NYT, September 13, 1941.

    Human Smoke

  • “Combat service will fall”: “Peace Bloc Assail Conscription Bill,” NYT, August 20, 1940.

    Human Smoke

  • Bush to Assail Potential Cuban Succession President Bush today plans to warn Cuba that the U.S. won't accept a political transition "in which power changes from one Castro brother to another, rather than to the Cuban people," the New York Times reports.

    Adding Up Devastation

  • Assail but her senses, let music, for instance, touch some feeble chord of her heart, and echo to her fancy, and lo! all her perceptions change: — she shrinks from the act she had but an instant before believed meritorious, yields to some new emotion, and sinks — the victim of a sound!

    The Italian

  • Drong: a river in the land of the men of Assail, in Meath

    The Ancient Irish Epic Tale Táin Bó Cúalnge

  • Fir Assail: a district containing the barony of Farbill, in Westmeath

    The Ancient Irish Epic Tale Táin Bó Cúalnge

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