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secret alliance

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  • “And all of you denied there was any danger from the sea, even when the Prince Heritor warned you of Didion’s secret alliance with the Continentals.

    Conqueror's Moon

  • The sense of their true interest soon connected Licinius and Constantine; a secret alliance was concluded between Maximin and Maxentius, and their unhappy subjects expected with terror the bloody consequences of their inevitable dissensions, which were no longer restrained by the fear or the respect which they had entertained for Galerius.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • For Them: The "Renegades" weren't as flashy as others on this list, but their secret alliance was just as effective.

    Big Brother 13: Five "Dynamic Duos" We'd Let Back Into the House

  • At the end of this period Hoshea entered into a secret alliance with So, king, of

    Smith's Bible Dictionary

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