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  • n. Plural form of partizan.


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  • Those who have signed anti-revolutionary petitions, or any time frequented unpatriotic clubs, or were known as partizans of La

    A Residence in France During the Years 1792 1793 1794 and 1795

  • [1] Send them back at 9, Nat has not seen them. when you reflect on the Antijacobin's treatment of Mr L recolect that they are avowd partizans on the side of existing Systems, and existing abuses, and that I may think myself well off to have escaped their lash.

    Letter 83

  • Why would any of the Pixar partizans sneer at the "hit follows hit" business model ?

    DreamWorks' Future

  • But seek not to see my face again, far less to approach my remaining child; for, that hour thou dost, my guards shall have orders to stab thee down with their partizans!

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • One of the contending parties, seemingly, were partizans of Douglas, known by the cognizance of the bloody heart; the other were composed of citizens of the town of Perth.

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • They have brought two town officers with their partizans, to guard their fair persons, I suppose.

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • Each of the two had his especial partizans; for though the young men themselves lived in tolerable harmony together, yet, as usual in such cases, no one could approve of one of them, without at the same time comparing him with, and asserting his superiority over his companion.

    The Surgeon's Daughter

  • His brief and precarious enjoyment of power must be employed in rewarding his partizans, in extending his influence, in oppressing and crushing his adversaries.

    The Bride of Lammermoor

  • Communist partizans took over the country in 1944.


  • So, YES, Norm, I have experienced some of Europe during WWII: as a Polish-German baby of two Polish-German anti-Nazi partizans, born a year before the end of the war in a Gestapo prison.

    Immigration rats nest


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