1 Their hands did not falter any the more because those that they loved implored them to slay them.
2 They either slay the man, or themselves die.
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3 Then he bids slay three steers to Eryx and a she-lamb to the Tempests, and loose the hawser as is due.
4 Then they duly slay the consecrated beasts over the flames, and tear out their live entrails, and pile the altars with laden chargers.
5 Now, to meet these difficulties and their attendant disorders, there is no more potent, effectual, wholesome, and necessary remedy than to slay the sons of Brutus.
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6 Yet it cannot be called talent to slay fellow-citizens, to deceive friends, to be without faith, without mercy, without religion; such methods may gain empire, but not glory.
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7 I know poetry is not dead, nor genius lost; nor has Mammon gained power over either, to bind or slay: they will both assert their existence, their presence, their liberty and strength again one day.
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8 If a town was in disfavor, the railroad could ignore it, cut it off from commerce, slay it.
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9 Jekyll was now my city of refuge; let but Hyde peep out an instant, and the hands of all men would be raised to take and slay him.
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10 Pierre still considered that it would be a useful and worthy action to slay the evildoer, but now he felt that he would not do it.
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11 And only that feeling placed him on that highest human pedestal from which he, the commander-in-chief, devoted all his powers not to slaying and destroying men but to saving and showing pity on them.
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12 Therewithal he shows the holy wood of Argiletum, and calls the spot to witness as he tells the slaying of his guest Argus.
13 But in slaying his sister he had been guilty of a heinous crime.
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14 Thine hand, unconquered, slays the cloud-born double-bodied race, Hylaeus and Pholus, the Cretan monster, and the huge lion in the hollow Nemean rock.
15 Liger slays Emathion, Asylas Corinaeus, the one skilled with the javelin, the other with the stealthy arrow from afar.