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  • A party of a hundred took part in the feint against Cape Diamond, while two other companies made simultaneous feints against gates to the east and west.

    Angel in the Whirlwind

  • Of course, Noelle had to host the first no-adults-allowed party of the vacation, thereby establishing herself as the female in charge.

    Paradise Lost

  • England, a member of a party of fourteen; at Milan they were guests of St. Charles for eight days, and Blessed Ralph preached before him.

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  • Or about all those kilograms of beef, and the well-fitting suits, and the trips to Czechoslovakia that Viktor Nikolaevich and his friend Grisha have access to because they can enter the building of Smolny, the seat of the party of which my father had been a member longer than either one of them?

    A Mountain of Crumbs

  • In the party of VIPs at the dock stood Wally Schirra.

    First Man

  • Marino del Tocco (1412), whose election was contested by the party of

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  • Huene, a member of the Centre party of the Prussian Diet.

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  • Near Great Meadows—a level tract of grass bordered by wooded hills—Washington surprised a party of Frenchmen and opened fire, killing the French commanding officer and twenty men.

    Angel in the Whirlwind

  • Strabo refers to him frequently in his Geography, while Athenaeus quotes many passages from lost authors in the course of his grand dinner party of philosophers.

    Alexander the Great

  • In 1847 arrived the first party of Oblates destined for the same mission, chief among which were the famous Father Casimir Chirouse, the

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