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  • "You could at least tell us who you are and why that dragon came to life and what this place is," Woodrow de - manded, his voice shaking.

    Stalling

  • "And who are all these other kender?" he de - manded.

    Stalling

  • His attention was abruptly com - manded by a tug on his arm from another of his crew.

    Stalling

  • I didn't know she was a prostitute until she de\expndtw1 manded payment.

    Poem About Never Growing Up

  • "Open a channel to the Onizuka," Picard com - manded.

    Addicts

  • But they stopped when a voice com - manded, "No, we're staying here."

    Stalling

  • Picasso had no personal­ity seeking expression; no vision that de­manded utterance.

    "Addled Art" by Lionel Lindsay

  • Picasso had no personal­ity seeking expression; no vision that de­manded utterance.

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  • Although that reputation was not unjustified, Cooper cannot be defined by it, because when circumstances so de-manded, he summoned — unhesitatingly, nonchalantly — an absolute firmness of purpose.

    Charm Offensive

  • Neverthless, once the site for the civitas which was to be established had been confirmed, the emperor put count Egbert in charge of the execution of the project and com manded him to cross the Elbe and occupy the place.

    De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History » Medieval Warfare in the reign of Charlemagne

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