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Ferette — I can vouch for what I saw — had no origin or abettance from us; nevertheless, it is impossible an independent nation can suffer the repetition of such injuries, and free and independent we are determined to remain, or to die in defence of our rights.
Here he was agreeably surprised to find the detective chief recuperating with the abettance of his rugged
Spain, where also rioters and innovators thronged around the heir to the throne, by his abettance to overturn existing institutions and hurl the
Our media has reached "Pravda" proportions in its abettance of state propaganda and crimes.
"-- For, the mere facts of the case she plainly demonstrates, with the abettance of her dimples, to be an affair of unimportance; the real point is what she wishes done about it.
Holocaust) -- with the aid and abettance of the British colonialists -- rounded up tens of thousands of Europeans (whose racial or ethnic connection to Palestine was tenuous at best, despite their "Jewishness") and shipped themselves to Palestine to begin their usurpation and oppression of the indigenous people (Arab-Muslims, Arab-Jewish, and Arab-Christians and other