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All of these agencies of corruption were banded together, and leagued in blood brotherhood with the politician and the police; more often than not they were one and the same person,--the police captain would own the brothel he pretended to raid, the politician would open his headquarters in his saloon.
In all previous forms of war, both by land and sea, the losing side was speedily unable to raid its antagonist's territory and the communications.
Happily Lydgate had ended by losing in the billiard-room, and brought away no encouragement to make a raid on luck.
He wondered how much they knew of his part in the raid upon their encampment.
It is all right to raid the Galu country occasionally for plunder, as our people do; but to attempt to conquer it and hold it is madness.
It's a magnificent night for a raid," Dickens remarked glancing around.
From the lofty cross-beams, on long sennit strings, hung the heads of enemies taken aforetime in jungle raid and sea foray.
Martin counted the result of his raid a second time to make sure.
As they got into their boats, after an hour's stay, we were invited to join them in the raid with the assurance of "the more the merrier.
In the Book of the Dun Cow, and in another old book called the Book of Leinster, there is written the great Irish legend called the Tain Bo Chuailgne or the Cattle Raid of Cooley.
When he, Ngurn, had been a young man, the tribes beyond the grass lands had made a war raid.
All this was but a pretext for murders, raids, and pillage.