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  • Her face was as expressionless as Armstrong's, but even a new recruit would have spotted her blazing eyes, and-if he valued his hide-proceeded to make himself scarce.

    Phule me twice

  • A new recruit took the most sacred oath imaginableand the most terrible: he swore to be burned perhaps tattooed, since tattoos were the mark of slavery, chained, beaten, and killed with an iron weapon.

    The Spartacus War

  • The new recruit was sent to Lake Athabasca, to relieve Father Faraud, who established (1856) St. Joseph's Mission on

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman


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