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  • Massed choir Messiahs both belong to the work's early history and helped fix its place at the heart of British music.

    Massive Messiah

  • Massed armies in ceremonial formations fighting pitched battles on open ground were not the way of the American West.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • Massed torchlit processions, with trumpet fanfares and thundering drumrolls, epitomized the conceit.

    HITLER’S HOLY RELICS

  • Massed torchlit processions, with trumpet fanfares and thundering drumrolls, epitomized the conceit.

    HITLER’S HOLY RELICS

  • Frances, Massed plantings of perennials will look wonderful in your garden.

    Greenhouse/Sunroom Of Plenty « Fairegarden

  • Massed in the street were all the school teachers in America, apparently, and more coming.

    'Who Is Mark Twain?'

  • Massed behind the sort of sloping ridge which the vaulted canal forms at the entrance to the Faubourg du Temple, the soldiers of the attacking column, gravely and thoughtfully, watched this dismal redoubt, this immobility, this passivity, whence sprang death.

    Les Miserables

  • Massed in the Kuwaiti desert, the Third Infantry is ready to surge north as soon as President Bush gives the order.

    Waiting For War

  • Massed near the harbor area of this Baltic port, protesters rained down bottles and sticks on riot police.

    CNN Transcript Jun 2, 2007

  • If you are making an argument that assumes that "The Framers" or ratifiers, or Founding Fathers, or the 14th-amendment-adopters, or The Massed Understanding of The Public, or anything else at all was unified, or coherent, or even _existed_, I'd like proof.

    Balkinization

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