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En route they were cheered by the return of Kershaw, with 2,700 effectives.
En route to the dance floor, our new friend Valter would cut down a few tree branches, uproot a few fistfuls of M&Cs high rough, and end up with some number he did not make public.
The norn snorted, then wrote, En route to the Black Citadel.
En route to 8-of-9 shooting display that produced 22 points, perhaps no shot was bigger than the one he took with 1:48 remaining.
En route to Damascus to agitate anti-Christian feeling, Saul was struck blind by a heavenly light and heard a voice cry, “Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me?”
En route to Lafourche, I learned of the action at Labadieville, and hurried on to Berwick's Bay, which Mouton had just crossed, and in good time; for Federal gunboats entered from the Gulf immediately after.
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