young descendant

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Ten young descendants of Marius and the Gracchi, barefooted and out at elbows, with one hand resting on the hip and the other gracefully curved above the head, stared at the traveller, the post-chaise, and the horses; to these were added about fifty little vagabonds from the Papal States, who earned a pittance by diving into the Tiber at high water from the bridge of St.
'The idea for this particular book was born when I heard a young descendant of a ruler of such a state describing in detail the funeral of the ruler.
But before he becomes completely self-sufficient, Robby, a young descendant of the farm, moves into the hunting lodge on the adjacent property and uses Damien as a scapegoat for his drug dealings just after Pearl shows up pregnant.
A young descendant of the man who edited the first Oxford English Dictionary launched a new era for the book as it went online.
A young descendant of Sir Francis Drake's family is rooting for England to scupper the Spanish again.
MAGNIFICENT: The 100th Anniversary Service for the 1,012 people lost in the Empress of Ireland tragedy, held at Our Lady & St Nicholas Church, and right, a Canadian flag and wreath laid on the altar by young descendants of those onboard the liner Pictures: ANDREW TEEBAY
Because her old hands are tiring, Great-Grandma decides to create 35 solid color comforters for all her young descendants. Some of her great grandchildren help her with this work.
The 7,000-member SUVCW and 1,000-member MOLLUS also have junior programs that reach out to young descendants of Civil War veterans; we need to embrace and expand those, too.
THE BATTLE of Culloden visitor centre was opened yesterday - by young descendants of those who took part in the conflict.
While waiters rush about with trays of cafe solo (black coffee), young descendants of Spanish conquistadors whoop around the adventure playground with kids from Britain and Scandinavia.

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