This brings up the whole question of the rightfulness of war.
The tide of history brings other shapes and other leaders to the surface.
Since she brings home with her another's child.
It brings us back to the old distinction between necessity and co-action.
A little maidservant brings in cakes and candies shaped like flowers.
He fires, brings the keepers from their hiding places, and is caught.
But in my age, as in my youth, night brings me many a deep remorse.
She has a letter from her lord, and he brings you that little Rite next week.
The least of all brings him in a hundred thousand Crowns a Year.
You're very like him; the sight of your face brings back old times to me.
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