dominions


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1st, The man-mountain shall not depart from our dominions, without our license under our great seal.
Acknowledge your folly or depart from my dominions.
In a southern-going ship, bound out for a long voyage, the passage through their dominions is characterized by a relaxation of strain and vigilance on the part of the seamen.
She therefore sent the Prince a large and splendid ruby, with injunctions to wear it night and day as it would protect him from all attacks, but added that the talisman only retained its power as long as the Prince remained within his father's dominions.

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