attacked


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Therefore, a prince who has a strong city, and had not made himself odious, will not be attacked, or if any one should attack he will only be driven off with disgrace; again, because that the affairs of this world are so changeable, it is almost impossible to keep an army a whole year in the field without being interfered with.
Then we must try to find some reason why he attacked Lady Arabella.
If there were anything in recent juxtaposition to the attacked which would carry the scent, surely that would supply the missing cause.
I ask you because one ancient name of the house lived in by the lady who was attacked by the mongoose was 'The Lair of the White Worm.
After she had been attacked she had only time to hide the traces of the man's fingers on her neck and to hurry to the laboratory.
The shot that had wounded the hand of the murderer and had caused it to bleed so that he left the bloody imprint on the wall was fired by Mademoiselle in self-defence, before the second phase, when she had been really attacked.
He attacked them when he caught them alone, and they attacked him when they were bunched.