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Before the guns on the Richmond and Kingston line of hills began, there was a fitful cannonade far away in the southwest, due, I believe, to guns being fired haphazard before the black vapour could over- whelm the gunners.
He and some of his fellows who had donned blue were quite over- whelmed with privileges for all of one afternoon, and it had been a very delicious thing.
And therefore, unless he could have laid his full, over- brimming heart into the king's hand, poor Theseus knew not what to do or say.
is raised, and some long mistake, some complicated edifice of self-delusion, over- confidence, and wrong reasoning is brought down in a fatal shock, and the heart-searing experience of your ship's keel scraping and scrunching over, say, a coral reef.
What I needed was something easily seen, a piece of paper, which I could throw over- board and watch.
he was Christianized by the Moravians, who were always over- intimate with the Delawares,” said Leather-Stocking.
So they enjoyed themselves in high felicity, abstaining, as the Rule demands, from evil words, covetous desires; not over- eating, not lying on high beds, nor wearing rich clothes.