1 "But we haven't opposed him yet," her father answered.
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2 That evening Squealer explained privately to the other animals that Napoleon had never in reality been opposed to the windmill.
3 The spirits, therefore, of those opposed to them, seemed to be considerably damped by their continued success.
4 When the two champions stood opposed to each other at the two extremities of the lists, the public expectation was strained to the highest pitch.
5 Long they fought equally, until the Miller began to lose temper at finding himself so stoutly opposed, and at hearing the laughter of his companions, who, as usual in such cases, enjoyed his vexation.
6 This was a necessary precaution, in order to secure equality betwixt the two bodies who should be opposed to each other.
7 Both displayed great feats of gallantry, nor did either Bois-Guilbert or the Disinherited Knight find in the ranks opposed to them a champion who could be termed their unquestioned match.
8 She could scarce conceive the possibility of her will being opposed, far less that of its being treated with total disregard.
9 To this, however, Rebecca opposed many reasons, of which we shall only mention two that had peculiar weight with Isaac.
10 Mrs Bolton opposed him no more.
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11 But this was immediately opposed by Tom Bertram, who asserted the part of Amelia to be in every respect the property of Miss Crawford, if she would accept it.
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12 In some points of interest they were exactly opposed to each other.
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13 He stood as opposed to Captain Wentworth, in all his own unwelcome obtrusiveness; and the evil of his attentions last night, the irremediable mischief he might have done, was considered with sensations unqualified, unperplexed.
14 He spoke to me as if I opposed him to injure him.
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15 Its power was used for political purposes, principally for the terrorising of the negro voters and the murdering and driving from the country of those who were opposed to its views.
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