1 Not the hated face of the Laconian woman, Tyndarus' daughter; not Paris is to blame; the gods, the gods in anger overturn this magnificence, and make Troy topple down.
2 Once he nearly toppled down a flight of stairs.
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3 As she lost balance her body bent over, her arms revolved wildly, and when she toppled she laughed aloud.
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4 There were slates and bricks piled up on the roof preparatory to some repairs, and they would have me believe that the wind had toppled over one of these.
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5 Misuse of public funds, waste and corruption had reached such proportions during his administration that the edifice was toppling of its own weight.
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6 We must, then, make a push, and if the Indians or Frenchers are in the narrows, run the gauntlet through these toppling mountains.
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7 The line fell slowly forward like a toppling wall, and, with a convulsive gasp that was intended for a cheer, the regiment began its journey.
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8 Up he leapt, toppling in his fright, and saw coming towards him a terrible peaked eyeless monster moving on legs, brandishing arms.
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9 The foe holds our walls; from her high ridges Troy is toppling down.