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And now arose a struggle so fell, so long, so evenly sustained, that even now the memory of it is handed down amongst the Cantabrian mountaineers and the ill-omened knoll is still pointed out by fathers to their children as the "Altura de los Inglesos," where the men from across the sea fought the great fight with the knights of the south.
From pavement to pavement, and covering the sidewalks, it lay there, spread out quite evenly, with only here and there a lump or mound of bodies to break the surface.
So they, with bitter wrath, were fighting continually with one another at that time for ten full years, and the hard strife had no close or end for either side, and the issue of the war hung evenly balanced.
Lady Lundie, Sir Patrick, and the surgeon, were all inveterate players, evenly matched.
As regarded the appropriation of the soil, the facility of communication, the rapidity of transport, the claims of both States were evenly balanced.
He planted at all seasons, and it was accepted by the community that what did not rot in the ground was evenly divided between the gophers and trespassing cows.
On rare occasions it flashed up passionately, as she did; but for the most part it was suppressed, like her, and preyed upon itself evenly and slowly.
Unlike dual-layer recording, in which data is first written to one layer and then to the other, layer-jump recording alternates between both layers during the burning process, thereby evenly distributing the data between both layers.
Drizzle each beet slice with olive oil, brushing to evenly coat.
Spread 1/2 of dough evenly in a lightly buttered 9x12-inch baking pan.
Then add 1/2 of egg-cheese filling, spreading evenly over filo.
Potable water supplies are derived almost evenly between groundwater and renewable Colorado River water that is delivered via the Central Arizona Project (CAP).