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    1. It would infect people in different ways: some formed boils under their armpits, some on their genitalia, and then some had pneumonic plague which gathered in the lungs

    2. The noises that plague the night are countered by the sound of singing and dancing, of joyful whooping and hollering

    3. His unkempt face, a plague of zits, leered in Topher’s direction

    4. Once i was ministering in the area where bubonic plague was rife

    5. by the plague before the LORD

    6. They will free those overseas from the black plague

    7. was not an editor, nor was he a hack, nor was he a plague of boils

    8. Those who enter it’s air will be damned with a plague

    9. account of the plague of hail,

    10. because the plague was so terrible

    11. 12This is the plague with which the LORD will strike all the nations that

    12. 15A similar plague will strike the horses and mules, the camels and

    13. plague he inflicts on the nations that

    14. Unwanted ideas, thoughts or impulses plague the mind, such as fears

    15. These men have power to shut up the sky so that it will not rain during the time they are prophesying; and they have power to turn the water to blood and to strike the earth with every kind of plague as often as they want

    16. Next to the Plague, it is the universe’s darkest creation

    17. But more incredulous than that, he faced the Plague with his army

    18. he faced the Plague, and he survived!

    19. This time it would be against the Plague

    20. If they could keep the Plague contained in the city until the One Elf and the others arrived, they could just stand a chance

    21. Having only recently ‘defeated’ the Plague, the last thing she expected was to face it once more

    22. No one ever thought the Plague would fester and grow in the Outlands, consuming the cities and thus turning them into an army that could take the city from beyond

    23. People may have considered Pete slow, but even he knew the fires and the screams of the dying could mean only one thing – the Rift was opened, the full might of the Plague had returned to claim their world

    24. But still, even under the close scrutiny of the Death Guards, mistakes were made – the Plague found its way into the city, scattered outbreaks flared up

    25. Their deafening charge down the wall took the Plague by surprise

    26. He could no longer hold back his tears as he pictured his youngest son’s anger pitted against the Plague

    27. Every wave was a test, and one wave after another the forces of the Plague tested the wall

    28. Most likely, whoever commanded the Plague wanted to see how the defenders stacked up against them, or if they were even capable of killing them

    29. but so too would the army of the Plague

    30. Regardless of how he left us, the Destroyer saved us from the Plague

    31. With his last encounter with the Plague, he nearly broke the unbreakable Lock Core

    32. " Even having lived through the horrors of the Plague, Nathalia was by far the most deadly being Alec had ever seen

    33. We may gamble on its restoration, counting on the possibility that the Plague shall return within our time

    34. "Forget Lock Core? How can we, when it is the only thing keeping this world from death! The wall is breached! If the Plague returns there will be no battle, but a massacre of all life

    35. We cannot wait for them to drag their feet rebuilding our only defense against the Plague

    36. "The Plague will be satisfied with nothing short of our deaths," Nicola replied

    37. "The Plague cannot be satiated

    38. It was said that there had been a Death Guard in the Ancient times, an elite army formed by various races that traveled the worlds sworn to eradicate the Plague

    39. Like all things living, they were eventually devoured by the Plague

    40. Wherever there was the Plague, the Guard would be close at hand, and for Alec, that was all he needed to know

    41. For more than twelve years Alec had heard nothing of any major outbreaks of the Plague

    42. How many died that day and yet you lived? How many worlds have died as the Plague progressed, yet ours is still standing in their path? True your pain was great but it has ended, many cannot make that claim

    43. I'm a danger to this world as surely as is the Plague

    44. "It is said that before there was the Plague and the Rift there existed but one race, one world

    45. It is from this Origin Race that we have all descended, for much like the Plague, they set out to conquer the universe

    46. For them, the Plague is the embodiment of all

    47. It was they, the Dead Gods who unleashed the Plague

    48. For them, the true path was creation, an ability the Plague seemed to lack

    49. For the Plague could only steal life, not replicate it

    50. They thought that perhaps one day a progeny would evolve with the power to stand before the Plague

    1. Gen: 12:17: And the LORD plagued Pharaoh and his house with great plagues because of Sarai Abram's wife

    2. “As such,” Ava said, “If this is the echo of 2341 you should know the history of the Android Wars?” She had been young when it happened, but the early asteroid belt had been plagued by sabotage and outright pitched battles as iOS and Moly tried to exterminate all traces of the Android OS

    3. But that small minority, as has so often plagued the history of societies from ancient times, were also the wealthy power brokers of the little village, and though the town was small, their wealth had grown immense from the annual advantages taken of the affluent tourist trade dollars

    4. Lawrence Spelman took in the scene in one, “I'm so glad you didn't have a relapse into that seasickness which plagued you at the outset of the voyage, then

    5. This Roman Swivel must hold the keys to a good number of problems that plagued

    6. She wants her final battle, and she wants to face, and be done with, the demons that have plagued her all these years

    7. “But what do you think, sir? My dreams are plagued with worries over Cerberus, you

    8. plagued with deep hubris

    9. At least he wouldn’t be plagued by such troubling images of what amounted to a man committing suicide

    10. for months after it plagued his mind

    11. Even then her dreams would become plagued with nightmares, she was certain about that

    12. Witnessing someone being eaten alive by microscopic machines would undoubtedly leave you plagued with the kind of nightmares that no psychiatrist could ameliorate

    13. Other problems plagued us

    14. Hatred had plagued him for too long

    15. Hunger plagued him

    16. An endless list of possibilities plagued her, as the airplane squealed onto the tarmac and shuddered with the roar of reversing engines

    17. Why he hadn’t been plagued with any of this before, he couldn’t understand, that was troubling, but worse was that he now knew, he had to send her away and never see her again

    18. The dermatologist had said he could avoid the sort of blemishes that plagued Leon by washing often and not rubbing with his towel

    19. The man was saying that he was in effect the man behind the annihilation of uncounted lives; the bearer of an apocalyptic curse that plagued their world from time immemorial, that only histories long forgotten had ever talked about

    20. I am still plagued by the Diners Card and the inability to draw cash from an ATM

    21. but those were the thoughts that plagued my mind until i wanted to

    22. ” Marx rarely bathed, wore filthy clothes, and was plagued by carbuncles

    23. I pray you, O Lord my God, be on me, and on my father's house; but not on your people, that they should be plagued

    24. “If Four wasn’t so plagued with self-doubt, he would be one hell of a leader, I think

    25. Besides, the possibility of formulating a molecular antidote might help his colleagues, should they continue to be plagued

    26. 5 They are not in trouble as other men; neither are they plagued like other men

    27. 14 For all the day long have I been plagued and chastened every morning

    28. I have been plagued by nightmares ever since that fateful night in Whitechapel, in which I see the poor girl’s face again and again

    29. “Today we united and defeated a demon which has plagued my family for countless generations

    30. With the help of my Council of Wizards we were finally victorious, thus ending the disease that has plagued my family almost to extinction,” I answered

    31. Finally, he gave me a vile-looking substance that he promised would keep away the clouds of mosquitoes that plagued late spring and early summer whenever one was out of the breeze (there was a general northeast breeze)

    32. He also noticed that the northern coast of the Khakhanate was a little vague, and I explained that it was very difficult to map that area since the coast was hemmed in with ice most of the year and in the brief summer was plagued by swarms of mosquitoes

    33. even at that time was Alcimus plagued, and his enterprizes hindered, for his mouth was stopped, and he was taken with a palsy, so

    34. words of woe couldn’t sum up the feelings that now plagued Derek

    35. Harry continued, “Helen was plagued by demons, real or imagined, she was tormented beyond belief

    36. is plagued with a lack of spirituality and the Holy

    37. his life was already plagued with sufferings, why

    38. 2 And from the burning of the fire Adam and Eve cried aloud, and said, "O Lord, save us! Leave us not to be consumed and plagued by this burning fire; neither require us for having transgressed Your commandment

    39. 8 Then Adam wept before the Lord, and said, "O Lord because I transgressed a little, You have sorely plagued me in return for it, I ask You to deliver me out of his hands; or else have pity on me, and take my soul out of my body now in this strange land

    40. He was still plagued by his adoring fly everywhere he went but with Arnold being confined to his room, it gave him respite to heal a little and think about new hobbies he could do to while away the time

    41. This caused a lot of conflict in our species, similar to the conflicts that plagued the past 5000 years of your history, Jaden

    42. and overcome issues, phobias, and other concerns that may have plagued them for years

    43. 39 And the Lord plagued them in the three days of darkness, and the Israelites buried them in those days, without the Egyptians knowing of them or rejoicing over them


    45. 17 And the Lord plagued Pharaoh and his house with great plagues because of Sarai Abram's wife

    46. Why couldn’t it be enough? Why did she always ask why? Why was she plagued with questions and doubt?

    47. 2 And from the burning of the fire Adam and Eve cried aloud and said "O Lord save us! Leave us not to be consumed and plagued by this burning fire; neither require us for having transgressed Your commandment

    48. 8 Then Adam wept before the Lord and said "O Lord because I transgressed a little You have sorely plagued me in return for it I ask You to deliver me out of his hands; or else have pity on me and take my soul out of my body now in this strange land

    49. And David said unto God, Is it not I that commanded the people to be numbered? even I it is that have sinned and done evil indeed; but as for these sheep, what have they done? let thine hand, I pray thee, O LORD my God, be on me, and on my father's house; but not on thy people, that they should be plagued

    50. 17 And the LORD plagued Pharaoh and his house with great plagues because

    1. Gen: 12:17: And the LORD plagued Pharaoh and his house with great plagues because of Sarai Abram's wife

    2. God sent plagues upon Egypt before He revealed Himself at Sinai

    3. How sure was he that the scenes depicted on this ceiling were really what the Bible foretold? When he read the passages he saw the armies and harlots and beasts and plagues as they looked over two thousand years ago

    4. She listens to the silence outside – not the silence of a town, she decides eventually, but not the silence of the country either … what to call him … the dilemma plagues her

    5. plagues, but they refused to repent

    6. plagues came and said to me, “Come,

    7. will add to that person the plagues

    8. My one and only appointed mission is to help those who are lost try to clear their minds of the old grease that has clogged up their thought processes so that they can someday finally stop suffering a fate which plagues the majority of our species

    9. punishments in this life, droughts, plagues, and other punishments and not say

    10. Bittel in his book, “Right on Time” (McGrawHill, 1991) calls procrastination an insidious temptation that plagues all of us

    11. State of mind that plagues architects

    12. “Before that, the night brought fear to all men and women, when plagues of vampires walked in the shadows, seeking out victims asleep in their beds

    13. And though the winds will be harsh, and the rains will be a rare thing indeed, even all manner of plagues shall come, I must not gather them until their due season

    14. This was done primarily after prolonged droughts, floods or plagues

    15. Is it a realistic interpretation to believe that a multitude of poisonous snakes suddenly and unaccountably appeared en masse in a desert environment where scarce resources should have naturally limited their numbers? According to some accounts, the plagues of Moses, followed by the Exodus, could have been brought on by an environmental disturbance

    16. And of course there were other famines caused by unusual weather and the devastatingly sudden plagues of insects, among which the locusts were by far the worst

    17. Yes, there had been plagues before, but not, it would seem, of this magnitude

    18. the plagues of it

    19. desolation: everyone who goes by it shall be astonished, and shall hiss at all the plagues of it

    20. gods, who can neither save themselves from war, nor from plagues? 50 For seeing they are only of wood, and overlaid with silver and

    21. They were still thought to exist, but after the plagues and subsequent difficulties, any survivors must be way downstream and confined to only a few towns although the man did not know of any

    22. Similarly, the Iyehyeh, after Grandfather had defeated them and the plagues had ravished them, had coalesced to a small area along the middle Sewee River

    23. But to get back to the subject, what happened to you after the plagues?”

    24. Accept the treatments to deal with the plagues; learn all you can from the Mongols

    25. The yam keeper told me that the tribes of this whole area had been devastated by the plagues that had descended on them from the north during my grandfather’s exile and had lost much of their tribal cohesion

    26. The yam keeper in the village told me something of the people before the plagues

    27. They had been severely affected by the plagues and their remnant had lost all tribal cohesion

    28. They had been a mighty tribe before the plagues (weren’t they all)

    29. The plagues had greatly reduced them, but they had maintained their cohesion and still seemed a bit distinct from their northern neighbors

    30. I asked about his town and he said that it was flourishing although it was not yet a large as it had been before the plagues

    31. The prophecy in verse 20 was fulfilled by the ten plagues of Egypt

    32. of Egypt: 11 But I will bring them with a mighty hand and a stretched out arm, and strike Egypt with plagues, as before, and will

    33. works and inventions, therefore says God, 49 I will send plagues on you; widowhood, poverty, famine, sword, and pestilence, to waste

    34. 59 You as unhappy shall come through the sea, and receive plagues again; 60 And in the passage they shall rush on

    35. is shot of a strong archer? 8 The mighty Lord sends the plagues and who is he who can drive them away? 9 A fire shall go out from

    36. 14 see, the plagues are sent, and shall not return again, until they

    37. which is shot of a mighty archer returns not backward; even so the plagues that shall be sent on Earth shall not return again

    38. compass her womb, which pains, when the child comes out, they slack not a moment: 39 Even so shall not the plagues be slack to

    39. Moses was instructed, and the ten plagues passed upon Egypt

    40. He told me cremation was usually only practiced during plagues

    41. torments and plagues may confess, that he alone is God; 38 And that in me and my brothers the anger of the Almighty, which is justly

    42. struck all the land of Egypt with incurable plagues: so the Egyptians throw them out of their sight

    43. 9 God said also to Adam, "See this fire kindled by Satan around your cave; see this wonder that surrounds you; and know that it will encompass about both you and your seed, when you listen to his behest; so that he will plagues you with fire; and so that you shall go down into Hell after you are dead

    44. Through four of these come winds of blessing and prosperity, and from those eight come hurtful winds: when they are sent, they bring destruction on all the Earth and on the water on it, and on all who dwell thereon, and on everything which is in the water and on the land; And the first wind from those portals, called the east wind, comes out through the first portal which is in the east, inclining towards the south: from it come out desolation, drought, heat, and destruction; And through the second portal in the middle comes what is fitting, and from it there come rain and fruitfulness and prosperity and dew; and through the third portal which lies toward the north come cold and drought; And after these come out the south winds through three portals: through the first portal of them inclining to the east comes out a hot wind; And through the middle portal next to it there come out fragrant smells, and dew and rain, and prosperity and health; And through the third portal lying to the west come out dew and rain, locusts and desolation; And after these the north winds: from the seventh portal in the east come dew and rain, locusts and desolation; And from the middle portal come in a direct direction health and rain and dew and prosperity; and through the third portal in the west come cloud and hoar-frost, and snow and rain, and dew and locusts; And after these four are the west winds: through the first portal adjoining the north come out dew and hoar-frost, and cold and snow and frost; And from the middle portal come out dew and rain, and prosperity and blessing; and through the last portal which adjoins the south come out drought and desolation, and burning and destruction; And the twelve portals of the four quarters of the Heaven are therewith completed, and all their laws and all their plagues and all their benefactions have I shown to you, my son Methuselah

    45. Woe to you, you sinners, on account of the words of your mouth; And on account of the deeds of your hands which your godlessness has brought, in blazing flames burning worse than fire shall you burn; And now, know you that from the angels He will inquire as to your deeds in Heaven, from the sun and from the moon and from the stars in reference to your sins because on the Earth you execute judgement on the righteous, and He will summon to testify against you every cloud and mist and dew and rain; for they shall all be withheld because of you from descending on you, and they shall be mindful of your sins; And now give presents to the rain that it be not withheld from descending on you, nor yet the dew, when it has received gold and silver from you that it may descend; When the hoar-frost and snow with their chilliness, and all the snow-storms with all their plagues fall on you, in those days you shall not be able to stand before them

    46. Evil is something that plagues many civilizations

    47. 28 And the king kept away from Sarai, and the plagues of the angel of the Lord ceased from him and his household; and Pharaoh knew that he was affected on account of Sarai, and the king was greatly astonished at this

    48. 7 Have you not heard what our God who made choice of us did to Pharaoh on account of Sarah our mother, whom he took away from our father, that he struck him and his household with heavy plagues, that even to this day the Egyptians relate this wonder to each othere so will our God do to you on account of Benjamin whom you have this day taken from his father, and on account of the evils which you this day heap on us in your land, for our God will remember his covenant with our father Abraham and bring evil on you, because you have grieved the soul of our father this day

    49. 30 And when the King of Egypt had taken Sarah then God struck him and his household with heavy plagues, until he restored to Abraham his wife Sarah, then was he healed

    50. 29 They are the sorcerers and magicians who are mentioned in the book of the law, standing against Moses when the Lord brought the plagues on Egypt

    1. As long as men think only in terms of themselves, and not what the Lord wants, we will have this sin plaguing some

    2. Between the criminal gangs, the bullies, and the plaguing poverty around, she didn’t feel safe at all

    3. A question plaguing designers of golf courses all over the world is what makes a good golf course? The answer, simplified greatly, is the lay of the land it is being built on

    4. “Tell me, Teresa, does what we saw there together, the things you did, does any of that match up with the dreams you tell me have been plaguing you all your life?”

    5. He seemed convinced that it would lead to the information needed to capture those responsible for the cocaine plaguing Limon Province, just in time to create a sensation in the press: R

    6. Myrna listed the various illnesses that had been plaguing her since Manda left, and she begged Manda to cut her trip short and come back

    7. to raise the question that had been plaguing him since his visit to

    8. Even though a brief dissolution with the journalism world lead her down the path of Business Administration and Information Technology (with postgraduate degrees in both), she soon accepted the fact that writing was going to be plaguing her, happily or otherwise till she was no more

    9. Now it is a planet full of mutated species, from the high doses of radiation plaguing this solar system

    10. That was the question plaguing the scientists' minds

    11. Here again, what saddened Roger most was his financial and psychological unpreparedness to cope adequately with the problems that were plaguing the family

    12. the sudden questions plaguing her, Michael was trying to stop

    13. The implication of his deed still plaguing him

    14. " The Maharashtrian party Shiv Sena's MP Sanjay Raut questioned the timing and asked "is Sachin being used to divert attention from the problems plaguing the Congress?" TheCommunist Party of India's Gurudas Dasgupta sad that "I welcome the decision to nominate Tendulkar, but at the same time when Sourav is in his top form, his name, too, should have been considered

    15. Why can’t DS get its act together? This issue has been plaguing the Foreign Service for years and still hasn’t been satisfactorily resolved

    16. The Buddha was able to hear and have greater understanding about the problems plaguing the people and the lands

    17. He immediately noticed the deep pain that was plaguing this very lovely young woman who had obviously enjoyed a very close relationship with her boss—a very close and intimate relationship according to Martha Spalding

    18. Regrettably, however advanced or fair Harappan culture may have been, the childish ambition for war and empire plaguing the world would not have left them in peace

    19. Children are the most susceptible to catching the frustration, rudeness, selfishness, abusiveness, and hatred plaguing their homes and communities

    20. The question plaguing me is whether he can, even with

    21. After some standard eyes, ears and teeth examinations, he flipped the cat over and searched for the sinister growths that were plaguing its belly

    22. that could lead to stellar economic instability that would definitely lead to war, but we could also get a better grip on the criminal element that’s been plaguing these systems for over three hundred years

    23. “This is where we track the evil plaguing our city

    24. The issues around his father's role in the family business that had been plaguing him seemed so irrelevant now, and all thanks to his beautiful new fiancée, even if he had never fully explained them to her

    25. Of course, by then, Muhammad had successfully arbitrated the contentious issue plaguing Meccans at that time

    26. Above all, the satisfaction of belonging to the religion of the ruling class, not only in India but also of the best part of the world, would have countervailed the plaguing caste Hindu contempt for them

    27. care of maiden, therefore I hope you will tell me the sadness that is plaguing you in your heart

    28. Granting that the hurt was good enough for the faithful to hurt the infidels, how can one explain their intra-sect slaughters? Given the propensity of the umma to blame ‘the others’ for the debilities of their faith, the Musalmans seem to show no intellectual inclination to redress this self-destructive phenomenon that was plaguing Pakistan, to begin with, for so long

    29. The root cause of all the ills plaguing this world is the greed for

    30. It hasn’t been confirmed yet, but police suspect that the body that was found in the church was that of Rafael Pearson whom the police were looking for in connection with the missing portrait, the disappearance of Robert Scott, and the string of vampire like slayings that have been plaguing the city,” she read aloud

    31. Would it be the same, distance interspersed with warmth? Or would it be completely different? And would I get any answers to the questions that were plaguing me?

    32. With fear plaguing my heart, I reach for the phone, call my mom, and wait for the school she works at to patch me into the teacher’s office

    33. Shaking her head, not wanting to deal with the implication that soon there will be even greater danger afoot, Mary straightens her posture as much as she is able to with her aching feet and back plaguing her and continues forward, hands flourishing amongst the poppies and her eyes trailing over the somewhat-small but still-vast section of the hills

    34. The bad karma that has been plaguing the USA in recent years, from hurricane

    35. understand the symbolic significance of the storms that have been plaguing the USA and elsewhere

    36. have been plaguing horse owners since we started

    37. The goal of detox is to release all sorts of negativity even those that are plaguing your thoughts

    38. While there may be differing opinions concerning which specific problems are most serious and what level of awareness is responsible for them there may be a greater degree of consensus regarding the general characteristics of problems plaguing our world today

    39. Or, more specifically, the question Maria had asked that had been plaguing him on and off ever since

    40. "I'm very fond of you; by Jove, I am! There's nothing I like better than plaguing you— you're so like your mother, and I must do without it

    41. Is he plaguing you, prince?”

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