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This privilege was extended to you on account of certain great operations in which you were then engaged, and the object of which was not foreign to our own aims.
Whilst D'Artagnan was returning to Planchet's house, his head aching and bewildered with all that had happened to him, there was passing a scene of quite a different character, and which, nevertheless is not foreign to the conversation our musketeer had just had with the king; only this scene took place out of Paris, in a house possessed by the superintendent Fouquet in the village of Saint-Mande.
Oh said it was Cheong Wa Dae, not foreign ministry negotiators, who held the initiative in drawing up the agreement behind closed doors.
It is also hoped that all the above excavations would be accomplished by British and not foreign investment.
To her shock, a customer at a store confronted her, and mother-of-three Elin tweeted: "Just got asked by a lady in a shop why I don't speak English and not foreign muck to my baby.
To her shock, a customer at the local store in Ceredigion confronted her, and mother-of-three Elin tweeted: "Just got asked by a lady in a shop why I don't speak English and not foreign muck to my baby.
The number plates are not foreign, but they look like foreign vans.
Dubai: The city of Dubai is not foreign to gigantic sculptures and breaking world records.
William's wife admitted that the feeling of isolation that most mothers feel is not foreign to her.
It's not foreign policyjust look at the party of Reagan cozying up to the Russians and praising Julian Assange as a courageous truth-teller.
Democracies are messy by design and leaders are elected on domestic, not foreign, policy.