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  • She was hollering blue murder as he disarmed her, the old chamberlain was collapsing in an apparent fit, my escorting guardsmen were hastening to put themselves between the commotion and the throne, the apartment seemed to be full of squealing handmaidens … and Queen Masteeat gently slapped the muzzle of a lion which had arisen, growling, at the dis turbance.

    Flashman on the March

  • Unquestionably at many times in human history, local populations exerted pres - sure upon local environments, and through this dis - turbance of the conditions of living endangered their own survival.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Commissioners said at a meeting earlier this month that the housing was far enough away to prevent any dis-turbance of the eagles.

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  • He told me at the fame time, that he thought thetr behaviour extremely fufpicious, and that they meant to give him fome farther dis - turbance.

    Voyages and TRavels in All Parts of the World

  • "code" were the first tremors of impending dis - turbance from the slave population.

    Barbarossa

  • Chap. 4 (35. 455 turbance of the jjeace, except upon a physician's certificate Excuse from of disability.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

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  • like patience, only you've got a turban on.

    April 14, 2009