1 He returns, in fine, to punish as a rebel every adherent of his brother Prince John.
2 Gurth's heart swelled within him; for he felt this meditated slaughter of his faithful adherent in a degree much deeper than the harsh treatment he had himself received.
3 The gentleman with the gray whiskers was obviously an inveterate adherent of serfdom and a devoted agriculturist, who had lived all his life in the country.
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4 He never gave reasons for this persistent refusal, but contented himself by resolutely and inflexibly adhering to his determination.
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5 His best, if not his only reason, for adhering to the party of Brian de Bois-Guilbert, Athelstane had the prudence to keep to himself.
6 The physician was at first inclined to ascribe this sudden and violent emotion to the effects of insanity; and, adhering to his original purpose, began once again to handle his implements.
7 A skeleton with a tangle of brown hair adhering to it lay among the debris.
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8 Plum-pudding is the term bestowed upon certain fragmentary parts of the whale's flesh, here and there adhering to the blanket of blubber, and often participating to a considerable degree in its unctuousness.
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9 Then, changing his language, he continued, adhering to the imperfect nomenclature of his provincial instructors.
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10 The earth in the cart, with which the seed was mixed, was not crushed to powder, but crusted together or adhering in clods.
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11 As to commonwealths, an instance similar to that of the princes last named, is that of Saguntum in Spain, which awaited ruin in adhering to the fortunes of Rome.
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12 India's adherents bowed coldly and some few cut her openly.
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13 It numbered thirty million of adherents, and it cast eight million votes.
14 There was much scoffing at the latter by those who had yesterday been firm adherents of his views, and there was even a little sneering by men who had never believed the rumor.
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15 Though, by this course, neither one aim nor the other could be attained, yet it seemed best to the adherents of this third party.
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