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    1. an’ me, the long ‘aul south, roun’ Cape winds an’ tower seas,

    2. The groom, his back straight, is wearing an old-fashioned pin-striped suit, the jacket slouched across his shoulders like a cape with one sleeve in and one out

    3. She wore a floor-length cape in some dark material and

    4. He’s a country man by the looks of him, but he’s got new sandals and cape

    5. his face almost hidden under the hood of his cape

    6. old house, with Bram’s cape sweeping over the polished wooden

    7. She didn’t mind if they followed her now did she? ‘Please follow me to the killer,’ she thought of painting on her cape, all she cared about was that they didn’t stop her

    8. Roman stood on the very last one, his flannel blowing in the wind like a cape

    9. It was Morningday and cool enough so she was in a shoulder lace body sweater and was a better view than Lorthax, who was in a lightly quilted cape and leggings

    10. If this were a story about a fantastic hero, then Matt would don his perfect mask and perfect cape, run out the door in a flash and announce, ‘step back, innocent civilians! I shall now save the day!’, and then Matt would save the world from certain doom in a most perfect way and be rewarded with millions of dollars and a pool filled with drop-dead perfect gorgeous women, and then go back home to his perfect private tropical island where nothing bad ever happened, except for when it was a chance for Matt to prove how awesome he was and just plain better than everyone else

    11. His cape was slightly torn from the battle, and his suit had a few scorch marks

    12. mask and cape, his only other accessory a giant wand

    13. The magician skipped up to the platform, his cape flapping behind him

    14. The elf’s cape suffered one serious blow after another, but the One Elf was always one step ahead of him

    15. Whimly and Emily huddled together against a thick trunk of oak, a cape draped over both of their heads

    16. Beneath his head was Emily's neatly folded cape

    17. "Sorry," Brice said, straightening his cape and massaging his shoulder from where the dwarf had collided with him

    18. The elf's body was thin, she could feel the bones of his arms grinding against her skin and could see -- even though masked by the flows and ripples of his cape -- that his body was nothing but skin and bone

    19. His cape rippled out behind him as he walked, and Emily could tell by the sluggish movement of his incredibly long legs, that he was patiently forcing himself into a slow, measured pace in order to match that of the children

    20. With a ripple of his cape, Solo Ki turned and cast his white orbs toward the top of Tetloan's head

    21. He wrapped his tail around Solo Ki's arm, entwining it from shoulder to wrist where it split into a pair of curved barbs that dug into the elf's cape

    22. Shinvei put on a pair of muck boots as were required in some of the passages down by the docks, a sheer cape and a tribal pendant around her waist

    23. For a moment, his gaunt face and her golden curls were lost to Emily's sight, covered by the swirling tattered cape of Solo Ki

    24. The folds of his tattered cape billowed at his back

    25. But beyond that, the elf was completely hidden beneath a cape that was, at different locations, either gray or brown

    26. Maybe it's just a really dirty white cape

    27. The elf's head was lowered and his cape gently vibrated around his tall bony frame

    28. He reached behind, freeing the Graelic from beneath his cape

    29. He felt a wave of heat at his back, singeing his cape

    30. Not to mention that unique cape trimmed in long, black fur

    31. He threw his cape over his shoulders and came outside

    32. It was thoroughly unlike Theoton’s cape

    33. one on Theoton’s cape

    34. The discovery of a passage to the East Indies by the Cape of Good Hope, which happened much about the same time, opened perhaps a still more extensive range to foreign commerce, than even that of America, notwithstanding the greater distance

    35. In a country of so extensive a coast as our North American and West Indian colonies, where our authority was always so very slender, and where the inhabitants were allowed to carry out in their own ships their non-enumerated commodities, at first to all parts of Europe, and afterwards to all parts of Europe south of Cape Finisterre, it is not very probable that this monopoly could ever be much respected ; and they probably at all times found means of bringing back some cargo from the countries to which they were allowed to carry out one

    36. They discovered the Madeiras, the Canaries, the Azores, the Cape de Verd islands, the coast of Guinea, that of Loango, Congo, Angola, and Benguela, and, finally, the Cape of Good Hope

    37. into this ‘matter universe’ - but in Cape

    38. Lumber and rice having been once put into the enumeration, when they were afterwards taken out of it, were confined, as to the European market, to the countries that lie south of Cape Finisterre

    39. The parts of Europe which lie south of Cape Finisterre are not manufacturing countries, and we are less jealous of the colony ships carrying home from them any manufactures which could interfere with our own

    40. Of the Advantages which Europe has derived From the Discovery of America, and from that of a Passage to the East Indies by the Cape of Good Hope

    41. Those particular parts of it, therefore, they were willing that the colonists should sell where they could; the farther off the better; and upon that account proposed that their market should be confined to the countries south of Cape Finisterre

    42. The discovery of America, and that of a passage to the East Indies by the Cape of Good Hope, are the two greatest and most important events recorded in the history of mankind

    43. The Dutch settlmnents at the Cape of Good Hope and at Batavia, are at present the most considerable colonies which the Europeans have established, either in Africa or in the East Indies; and both those settlements an peculiarly fortunate in their situation

    44. The Cape of Good Hope was inhabited by a race of people almost as barbarous, and quite as incapable of defending themselves, as the natives of America

    45. What the Cape of Good Hope is between Europe and every part of the East Indies, Batavia is between the principal countries of the East Indies

    46. Long after the time of Sir Josiah Child, however, in 1750, a regulated company was established, the present company of merchants trading to Africa ; which was expressly charged at first with the maintenance of all the British forts and garrisons that lie between Cape Blanc and the Cape of Good Hope, and afterwards with that of those only which lie between Cape Rouge and the Cape of Good Hope

    47. 44), not only Senegal and its dependencies, but the whole coast, from the port of Sallee, in South Barbary, to Cape Rouge, was exempted from the jurisdiction of that company, was vested in the crown, and the trade to it declared free to all his majesty's subjects

    48. The committee are accused of having sent out bricks and stones from England for the reparation of Cape Coast Castle, on the coast of Guinea ; a business for which parliament had several times granted an extraordinary sum of money

    49. The forts and garrisons which lie north of Cape Rouge, are not only maintained at the expense of the state, but are under the immediate government of the executive power ; and why those which lie south of that cape, and which, too, are, in part at least, maintained at the expense of the state, should be under a different government, it seems not very easy even to imagine a good reason

    50. After it finished the whistles started and blasted out warning us and we set off on our way the first part of the assault was across open farm land which much of Cape Helles consisted of

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