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  • Sherrod surrendered away his convictions with this vote and bowed-down to the Bush cartel.

    Sherrod Brown of Ohio Capitulates to Bush and Approves Torture!

  • And such a moment of anguish he experienced now, as he sat in silence, with bowed-down head, while "thought went back to the shadowy past."

    Woman As She Should Be or, Agnes Wiltshire

  • At the conclusion of this relation, Haschem thought with compassion of his father, and had his mournful countenance and bowed-down form before his mind.

    Eastern Tales by Many Story Tellers

  • In such a case the misdeed of the father comes as a crushing disaster to the wife and children, and the people of the community, however bitter originally against the man, grow to feel the most intense sympathy for the bowed-down women and children who suffer for the man's fault.

    VIII. The New York Governorship

  • In such a case the misdeed of the father comes as a crushing disaster to the wife and children, and the people of the community, however bitter originally against the man, grow to feel the most intense sympathy for the bowed-down women and children who suffer for the man's fault.

    An Autobiography

  • Gaston nodded, but he was too fearless by nature to pay much heed to the warning; he felt himself more than a match for that bowed-down old man.

    In the Days of Chivalry

  • In such a case the misdeed of the father comes as a crushing disaster to the wife and children, and the people of the community, however bitter originally against the man, grow to feel the most intense sympathy for the bowed-down women and children who suffer for the man's fault.

    Theodore Roosevelt; an Autobiography

  • I ever saw, -- I declare to you that never did I administer these emblems of my Saviour's love, nor never did I receive them from the hands of other ministers of Christ, with whatsoever canonical or apostolical authority ordained, with greater joy than I received them that day from the trembling hands of that poor bowed-down weeping negro minister of Jesus

    The First Colored Baptist Church in North America Constituted at Savannah, Georgia, January 20, A.D. 1788. With Biographical Sketches of the Pastors.

  • "Men moved about with clinched teeth and bowed-down heads; women bathed in tears and found relief, while little children asked their mothers why all the people looked so mournful," and we, as we came up out of Egypt, lifted up our voices and wept.

    Shadow and Light An Autobiography with Reminiscences of the Last and Present Century

  • 'I never could have believed it possible,' she thought, surveying the bowed-down branches, 'that trees would bend so far out of their true positions without breaking.'

    Desperate Remedies

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