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Ply on the earth.
The reaping girls approach and ply.
He would continue to ply distant rivers.
He did little but ply Justin with cheap nasty.
Can pass so strait a strait; but love will ply.
District where some women can’t ply their trade.
One of the others commenced to ply his pick to the ground.

Yeah, I intend to ply you with liquor, then, steal your soul.
No way, I had to ply him with yaag before he would even touch me.
The ship had also brought ten thousand board foot of utility grade ply.
This shared, I pray to ply thy head with far less taxing thoughts to think.
Emperor Montezuma’s fatal error was to ply Cortez and his men with golden.
The man had ceased to ply her with questions, and now preserved a gloomy silence.
But he might be an opportunist and flexible enough to ply his trade in a variety of ways.
There were not even any fish in the river so that he might ply his sport to pass the years.
I wish you'd ply these waters forever, I'd love to sail with you whenever I need to travel.
And to ply them with that evil still, to keep up the work of demons, is what brings the others back.
Because I remember the first time you came to the castle to ply your trade, she said, opening her eyes again.
They may ply us, if they will, with objections to revealed religion, and say many things to which we can offer no reply.
Tryton glared at Draka, "Can't you wait until I've trained him before you ply him with your toys?" He asked her contemptuously.
However, he had heard that there was a plan to build a settlement in the Great Bay that would build ships to ply the eastern coast.
In times of peace, when no crisis is in sight, those ships will continue to ply the space trade routes like they did before the war.
At first the old lady did no more than watch the gamblers, and ply me, in a half-whisper, with sharp-broken questions as to who was so-and-so.
This warp seemed necessity; and here, thought I, with my own hand I ply my own shuttle and weave my own destiny into these unalterable threads.
There was after all a civil war going on, a war that made it easy for thieves, cutthroats and other bandits to ply on the weak and the unprotected.
Kulai might ply her with two evenings of romance and culture in exchange for one union by the light of Narrulla on the cushion of their bedroom balcony.
A phone call to a packing case maker resulted in the purchase of a stock size crate, made of thin ply and external wood frame, with an overall size of 1.
Hundreds of prostitutes had been seized, forcibly examined for venereal disease, and then turned loose to ply their trade for the carnal satisfaction of the visitors.
No smuggler or pirate was stupid enough to ply their trade in Cluster waters, which meant the only source of excitement was the occasionally stranded or lost civilian.
This is the important work I should be paying attention to and not the dilettante demands of the decadent aristocracy who are eager to ply talented individuals with strong wine.
If a Washington boat did go on to ply the waters of the Langer See in Berlin later that year, Bobby Moch was going to be sitting in the stern with a megaphone strapped to his face.
The Argus was a small sturdy ship, typical of those trading-craft which ply between the ports of Zingara and Argos and the southern coasts, hugging the shoreline and seldom venturing far into the open ocean.
In the face of this obvious lesson, why should men ply their wits to butcher and maim till it means nothing? For the word of God tells us that this destruction is pointed directly at the devil and his power.
If he was so desperate to get to a scheduled meeting in San Cristóbal, why hadn’t he taken one of the regular airships that ply the air lanes between Nye Copenhagen, Fort Chinooktla, and San Cristóbal? He could certainly afford the tickets.
But Edgar did not stop there; he continued to ply his wands in a weaving motion and the coats of the sheepdogs began to grow and to grow, until they were not even identifiable as dogs at all but looked more like a storm of great furry tumbleweeds.
As she inspected her new abode she ordered her chair to be stopped at intervals in order that, with finger extended towards some article of furniture, she might ply the respectfully smiling, yet secretly apprehensive, landlord with unexpected questions.
The straight warp of necessity, not to be swerved from its ultimate course—its every alternating vibration, indeed, only tending to that; free will still free to ply her shuttle between given threads; and chance, though restrained in its play within the right lines of necessity, and sideways in its motions directed by free will, though thus prescribed to by both, chance by turns rules either, and has the last featuring blow at events.
Meanwhile, the wind having changed we were compelled to head for the land, and ply our oars to avoid being driven on shore; but it was our good fortune to reach a creek that lies on one side of a small promontory or cape, called by the Moors that of the "Cava rumia," which in our language means "the wicked Christian woman;" for it is a tradition among them that La Cava, through whom Spain was lost, lies buried at that spot; "cava" in their language meaning "wicked woman," and "rumia" "Christian;" moreover, they count it unlucky to anchor there when necessity compels them, and they never do so otherwise.
Then all is said, the tempest is loosed, stones rain down, a fusillade breaks forth, many precipitate themselves to the bottom of the bank, and pass the small arm of the Seine, now filled in, the timber-yards of the Isle Louviers, that vast citadel ready to hand, bristle with combatants, stakes are torn up, pistol-shots fired, a barricade begun, the young men who are thrust back pass the Austerlitz bridge with the hearse at a run, and the municipal guard, the carabineers rush up, the dragoons ply their swords, the crowd disperses in all directions, a rumor of war flies to all four quarters of Paris, men shout: "To arms!" they run, tumble down, flee, resist.
In the mean time, if I may judge from my own experience, none are better paid, or better treated, during their reign, than the mistress of those who, enervate by nature, debaucheries, or age, have the least employment for the sex: sensible that a woman must be satisfied some way, they ply her with a thousand little tender attentions, presents, caresses, confidences,.

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