It is the cause of God I advocate: it is under His standard I enlist
In three days we were on the march toward Zodanga, one hundred thousand strong, as Tars Tarkas had been able to enlist
the services of three smaller hordes on the promise of the great loot of Zodanga.
From this it came to pass that Italy fell partly into the hands of the Church and of republics, and, the Church consisting of priests and the republic of citizens unaccustomed to arms, both commenced to enlist
Later, he had gone down to his mother's room and had spoken thus: "Ma, I'm going to enlist
Drums were beaten in all the villages of Massachusetts to enlist
soldiers for the service.
These words distressed me beyond belief; and when I had again related to him the circumstances under which I had descended into the valley, and sought to enlist
his sympathies in my behalf by appealing to the bodily misery I had endure, he listened with impatience, and cut me short by exclaiming passionately, 'Me no hear you talk any more; by by Kanaka get mad, kill you and me too.
You were goin' off today to the Military Orphanage at Sanawar, where the Regiment would keep you till you were old enough to enlist
Still, to start on a brisk walk, and on such an errand as hers, on a dry clear wintry morning, through the rarefied air of these chalky hogs'-backs, was not depressing; and there is no doubt that her dream at starting was to win the heart of her mother-in-law, tell her whole history to that lady, enlist
her on her side, and so gain back the truant.
I am no thern," I said, and was about to explain that I was from another world, thinking that by patching a truce with these fellows and fighting with them against the therns I might enlist
their aid in regaining my liberty.
Again Miss Davidson began making efforts to enlist
the interest and help of the coloured and white people in and near Tuskegee.
His son, Hal Vas, is Dwar of the Road there, and thither has Vas Kor gone to enlist
recruits among the workers on the farms.
Apparently I was carrying forward an attack on French at the same time, for I distinctly recall my failure to enlist
with me an old gentleman who had once lived a long time in France, and whom I hoped to get at least an accent from.