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  • It was a long and bloody fight, the Exarch was a juggernaught and ruled the area with multicoloured fire for a long time.

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  • The evil clone of the Exarch himself managed to kill us after we had defeated the Exarch.

    Crossfire kicked ass

  • The final boss of the Crypts, Exarch Maladaar, was quite a challenge too.

    Crossfire kicked ass

  • "When you see the rest of the material, you may not care what the Exarch thinks," Simon said.

    Anywhen

  • "As soon as my technicians master the new equipmentwe shot the monster, of course, though I don't doubt the Exarch will resent it."

    Anywhen

  • And such a project would necessarily be of prime interest to a creature of the Exarch.

    Anywhen

  • No, it was altogether morelikely that the Exarch, who could hardly have heard yet of Simon's arrival and disgrace, was simply aware in general of how crucial Boadacea would be to any, scheme of High Earth's-he was above all an efficient tyrant-and had placed his creature here to keep an eye on things.

    Anywhen

  • The patriarchate has long been suppressed, and is replaced by a Russian Exarch, so that the Georgian Church may be considered in all respects identical with that of Russia.

    Russia As Seen and Described by Famous Writers

  • The Exarch, or supreme head of the Bulgarian Church, resides at

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 "Bulgaria" to "Calgary"

  • This Synod, which has never changed its constitution, consists of the Metropolitans of Moscow, Kiev, and Petrograd, the Exarch of

    Hymns of the Russian Church

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