1 He passed through a breach and entered the town again.
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2 Bauduin's brigade was not strong enough to force Hougomont on the north, and the brigade of Soye could not do more than effect the beginning of a breach on the south, but without taking it.
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3 He treated the strategy of the hostile general like a citadel, and made a breach in it.
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4 Courfeyrac was energetically making a breach in it.
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5 Then he entered through a gap in the fence into the elephant's enclosure and helped the young ones to clamber through the breach.
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6 And, lowering his rifle, he took aim at the captain of the gun, who, at that moment, was bearing down on the breach of his gun and rectifying and definitely fixing its pointing.
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7 The two cannons were now discharging ball against the centre of the barrier in order to make a hole there, and, if possible, a breach for the assault.
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8 This breach, at first insensible, increases slowly, like all separations of branches.
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9 We even have, as you may have heard, introduced a barrel of powder under one of the angles, which in blowing up made a very pretty breach.
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10 A last discharge welcomed them, but did not stop them; they jumped into the ditch, and prepared to scale the breach.
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11 Milady had, then, made a breach by her false virtue in the opinion of a man horribly prejudiced against her, and by her beauty in the heart of a man hitherto chaste and pure.
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12 They throng again to the breach, and the pass is disputed hand to hand, and man to man.
13 Gulf impassable, breach indescribable, such as is perhaps nonexistent south of the Trent.
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14 Connie had stood and looked, it was a breach in the pure seclusion of the wood.
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15 Along with that came the widening breach between himself and his mother.
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