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The Belt was captured by a little girl named Dorothy, who lives in Kansas, in the United States of America.
No one," replied the Champion in a gloomy voice; "these strangers have captured me.
It frequently happens that when several ships are cruising in company, a whale may be struck by one vessel, then escape, and be finally killed and captured by another vessel; and herein are indirectly comprised many minor contingencies, all partaking of this one grand feature.
At eleven o'clock they brought him news that the fleches captured by the French had been retaken, but that Prince Bagration was wounded.
He, left alone, had promptly fallen asleep; and thus De Montfort's men found and captured him within sight of the bell-tower of the Priory of Lewes, where the King and his royal allies lay peacefully asleep, after their night of wine and dancing and song.
And with Hearst crashed also to destruction the Democratic Party that he had so recently captured.