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The referee clutched each by the shoulder and sundered them violently, passing quickly between them as he thrust them backward in order to make a clean break of it.
Both were famous warriors, but as their exploits had been performed in widely sundered countries, they had never before been able to cross lances.
Behind us, two tall, shapely spruce trees rose up against the sunset, and through the dark oriel of their sundered branches an evening star looked down.
As on the land, so in the waters of the sea, a slow southern migration of a marine fauna, which during the Pliocene or even a somewhat earlier period, was nearly uniform along the continuous shores of the Polar Circle, will account, on the theory of modification, for many closely allied forms now living in areas completely sundered.
Whether that Artificer of things, The origin of a better world, made him from the divine seed; Or the earth, being recent and lately sundered from the high Ether, retained some seeds of cognate heaven.
It had been entirely sundered from the body; whoever had cut his throat had managed to sever the neck as well.
And now that the two sides have fairly sundered, and each occupies its own ground, and we get a good look at them, what absurdity is this?