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But such recollections dwell not long with those who lead a life of danger and enterprise, and ere the sound of the death-hymn had died on the wind, the outlaws were again busied in the distribution of their spoil.
Valiant knight,'' said Locksley to the Black Champion, ``without whose good heart and mighty arm our enterprise must altogether have failed, will it please you to take from that mass of spoil whatever may best serve to pleasure you, and to remind you of this my Trysting-tree?
Locksley now proceeded to the distribution of the spoil, which he performed with the most laudable impartiality.
I would,'' said the leader, ``we could hear tidings of our joyous chaplain he was never wont to be absent when meat was to be blessed, or spoil to be parted; and it is his duty to take care of these the tithes of our successful enterprise.
The spoils were indeed very large; for, notwithstanding that much was consumed, a great deal of plate, rich armour, and splendid clothing, had been secured by the exertions of the dauntless outlaws, who could be appalled by no danger when such rewards were in view.
So we went to Golden Milestone, laden with all the flowery spoil we could plunder from both gardens.
I've never noticed that water spoils pumpkins," returned Tip; "unless the water happens to be boiling.
In this report, the spoil detection-based smart label market has been segmented on the basis of type and geography.
So on your next shopping trip, to determine whether or not you should buy certain products, look at expiry dates and buy the ones that spoil quickly.
Providing we have guidelines and regulations and, most importantly, consistency, I think in this case it is difficult to spoil them.
The singer has revealed that while he and partner David Furnish plan not to spoil Zachary silly with numerous gifts, he worries that he will be spoilt by fans, who send an "obscene" amount of presents.
Both sides of the dredged channel are littered with spoils, and random rock piles pepper the flats to the north and south of the river.