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  • interj. Alternative form of oh my Lord.


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  • Martin Luther, for example, accepts as perfectly real the exorcism of devils by the aid of (spiritual) music: “Should the Devil come again and heap you with care or sad thoughts, defend yourself and say: ` Out, devil, I must now sing and play to my Lord Christ '.”


  • “I just wanted to f-f-feel the power of my Lord in all h-hhis glory…”

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  • After we had landed in Egypt, the Empress went on to France, taking with her my Lord John of Acre, her brother, whom she married to the Countess of Montfort.

    The Memoirs of the Lord of Joinville

  • The King ordered my Lord John of Beaumont to provide a galley for Lord Erard of Brienne and myself, to land us and our knights, because the big ships could not come close in along shore.

    The Memoirs of the Lord of Joinville

  • To guard the table, there was my Lord Humbert of Beaujeu, (who afterwards became Constable of France), and my Lord Enguerrand of Coucy, and my Lord Archibald of Bourbon.

    The Memoirs of the Lord of Joinville

  • Then the Constable, my Lord Humbert of Beaujeu, said to the King that there was a Bedouin come, who told him that he would show a good ford, but that they must give him five hundred besants.

    The Memoirs of the Lord of Joinville

  • Once when they flung it at us, it fell close beside the tortoise-tower that my Lord of Courtenay's men were guarding, and buried itself in the river bank.

    The Memoirs of the Lord of Joinville

  • Thus it befell, that they slew my Lord of Courtenay's sentry, and left him Lying on a table, and cut off his head, and carried it away with them; and this they did because the Sultan used to give a golden besant for every Christian's head.

    The Memoirs of the Lord of Joinville

  • When this was done, the King and barons sent for my Lord John of Valery the paladin, and spoke to him as follows: "My lord of Valery," said the King, "we have agreed that the Legate shall deliver these six thousand pounds to you, to distribute as you shall think best."

    The Memoirs of the Lord of Joinville

  • “Look,” cries Ottaviano Fregoso, in the book, “at my Lord Henry, Prince of Wales, growing up under his great father in every form of excellence, like a tender shoot in the shade, a fruit-laden tree, to become even more beautiful and fruitful in its time.”

    The Dragon’s Trail


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