1 At her the goddess flings a snake out of her dusky tresses, and slips it into her bosom to her very inmost heart, that she may embroil all her house under its maddening magic.
2 It behoved him, therefore, to upset this state of affairs and embroil the powers, so as to make himself securely master of part of their states.
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3 It is a very justifiable cause of a war, to invade a country after the people have been wasted by famine, destroyed by pestilence, or embroiled by factions among themselves.
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4 de Bassompierre, who was embroiled with the Duc d'Angouleme.
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