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If we do not wish to fight, we can prevent the enemy from engaging us even though the lines of our encampment be merely traced out on the ground.
The moment the sunlight, even though diffused, strikes this powder it explodes with a violence which nothing can withstand.
Let us pity them, my chieftain, for even though we die at their hands we can afford them pity, since we are greater than they and they know it.
Thou dost love me well, Olalla; Well I know it, even though Love's mute tongues, thine eyes, have never By their glances told me so.
Of late I had come rather to overlook him in this connection, even though Polina had always been a riddle to me--so much so that now, when I had just permitted myself to tell my friend of my infatuation in all its aspects, I had found myself struck, during the very telling, with the fact that in my relations with her I could specify nothing that was explicit, nothing that was positive.
But you are a good fellow, and I am glad to know what you think about it all, even though I do not need your advice.
I can make a picture there, even though my fingers refuse to move.
Even though I sometimes take the dress out of the garbage bag
Even though he shared a ring with Even though he shared a ring with two monsters who terrified most, two monsters who terrified most, Marvin Hagler and Roberto Duran.
The Football Pitch I'm out in all types of weather Get battered by sun, wind and rain, But even though I'm weather beaten I'm always ready for a long campaign.
Even though the majority of boys are curious about it, though, most girls can't understand why they do it.