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    1. It is the triumph of humanity to have hope, and here, across a continent, sitting on a plain wooden chair in rare daylight, I heard a new word: ‘over’

    2. the triumph of substance over style,

    3. But Tarak did not provoke him with a smile of triumph; he simply stared back with indifference

    4. ‘I know what it is!’ Bill cried in triumph

    5. This, of course, was the triumph of hope

    6. triumph, and as such I would have you celebrate

    7. adventure, and how they would return to him in a glorious triumph

    8. Allcock's expression could not be easily described, but was a sincere reflection of the extremes of fatherly pride he felt at Harry's triumph, and the eagerness which he tried to constrain in broadcasting this news to everyone he encountered

    9. Harry's subsequent interview with the headmaster and the accommodation which Malvern College made on Harry's behalf was cause for celebration when first received and read aloud; even now it rekindled a warmth of pride in them at the recollection of Harry's triumph

    10. triumph on the heights of the land

    11. disguised triumph in his eyes, and he swung around and

    12. With a slight feeling of triumph, he removed the helmet

    13. With a grin of triumph, he urged

    14. puffing out my chest and throwing a look of triumph at

    15. they are always in the place of triumph, and they would “reign

    16. it above his head in triumph – the mood changed

    17. news of Theoton’s triumph, but something else entirely

    18. Not only at our utter triumph, but with the spoils that they’d found

    19. He forced Hesper to remain, considering his triumph incomplete without someone to admire his lewd jokes

    20. Not even a final roar of triumph from the winged terror

    21. It would be a turning point in their relationship and a triumph for true religion

    22. my triumph!!" The number plates were

    23. By days end a toy triumph had it’s

    24. But one thing was for certain; Alistair thought with a little glow of triumph, it would be very, very expensive

    25. ” George shot a look of triumph at us as he said

    26. I could feel his presence charging towards mine, the triumph in his mind,

    27. ' Did he detect a note of triumph?

    28. She shook her head at him and smiled in a sad kind of triumph

    29. And further, here is what Madison"s Supreme Court appointee, Justice Joseph Story, wrote in his 1833 „Commentaries on the Constitution:" „The right of the citizens to keep and bear arms has justly been considered as the palladium of the liberties of a republic; since it offers a strong moral check against the usurpation and arbitrary power of rulers; and will generally, even if these are successful in the first instance, enable the people to resist and triumph over them

    30. The regular tramp of marching feet drew nearer; there was the clash of arms as the entrance guard turned out and presented arms, a murmur of a thousand voices speaking in hushed tones, succeeded by one fearful yell of triumph and hate as the litters with the prisoners came in sight

    31. All day long in the streets of Cape Coast hundreds of the women danced and sang their songs of triumph

    32. As the battery on shore boomed out a farewell salute, the soldiers swarmed to the deck and rigging, and the air was rent with a shout of triumph from sixteen thousand throats

    33. The first land sighted was the sandy loam on Cayo Romano, and as the sun set in tropical suddenness, a fire flickered from the summit and was answered by a second flare on the distant heights of Cubitas: a message from the watchful guardia costa to the beleaguered Cuban Government, which has meted isolated justice in spirit rather than in letter, that the day of Cuba's triumph was at hand

    34. The nearside wheels dropped into the shallow ditch beside the road and Contin’s smile of triumph quickly turned to one of fear when the steering wheel wrenched to one side, breaking his thumb

    35. The dinner is a savoury triumph for Peggy and her mother

    36. Then three prolonged cheers of triumph ran down the lines, followed by a crashing rifle salute, mingled with a thunderous shout from the Cubans, “Viva los Americanos!”

    37. little Prince Charles gave a boyish shout of triumph

    38. “Maybe once or twice,” he agreed, his eyes glowing with triumph

    39. such disorders if a therapy healed more than self-initiated triumph over the cause of

    40. In this moment of triumph it was Adriano's realism which shocked his

    41. His triumph of academical superiority came in form of a ghoulish nightmare, which fed on

    42. He fought harder still, grunting in triumph when the cloak covering his eyes lifted, allowing the bright colours of the world to come flooding back in

    43. Thesa could see how self-confident the badger was– his sleek coat shining in the fading moonlight, his eyes sparkling with triumph

    44. Pulling out the sock, I succeeded in slipping it over the ostrich's head but my shout of triumph was short lived because the sparks raised by my tin hat had set fire to the winch rope

    45. It is important to remember the hostage crisis may be a PR nightmare or triumph regardless of the outcome so this aspect must be managed

    46. showed her didn’t I?” she said with triumph and reached out to touch

    47. “Do you have a pen?” he asked, and they looked at each other for a moment in sheer triumph

    48. The magnitude of that triumph amounts to a sweep if one considers that the president has carried along with him other Republican candidates in the Senate and the House of Representatives, so that since 1900 when republican McKinley was president, neither party had succeeded in reelecting simultaneously the Presidency, the Congress and the Senate, while at the same time adding seats in both chambers of congress

    49. Tonight he would triumph, just as the people in his sci-fi novels always triumphed

    50. He recalled watching her emerge, naked and streaming water, long hair falling over those gleaming breasts, and the triumph in her eyes as she gazed upon the moonstone in her small palm


    2. Tonight he would triumph, just as the people in his sci-fi novels always triumphed

    3. earth, who triumphed over hell and the grave, will

    4. Throughout The Revolution, The Civil War, slavery, the two world wars, and all the other horrors that America has faced, we as a nation, have always held together and triumphed

    5. Unlike all these miserable mortal creatures, you have unshackled yourself from the decaying material world and triumphed over death

    6. 1 Then sang Moses and the children of Israel this song to the Lord, and spoke, saying, I will sing to the Lord, for he has triumphed gloriously: the horse and his rider has he thrown into the sea

    7. 21 And Miriam answered them, Sing you to the Lord, for he has triumphed gloriously; the horse and his rider has he thrown into the sea

    8. 21 And Miriam answered them, Sing ye to the LORD, for he hath triumphed

    9. “I have never had to face one as powerful as she is in combat, but I have triumphed over others who were far above me in pure power

    10. In the end, Fortitude triumphed over Lust, but the cost for both was high

    11. 15 So says the Almighty Lord The quails were as a token to you; I gave you tents for your safeguard: nevertheless you murmured there 16 And triumphed not in my name for the destruction of your enemies but ever to this day do you yet murmur

    12. “We came together to deal with the threat of the insidious conspiracy, but we have triumphed, and that threat is no more!”

    13. It could not be won by any sort of coalition, for once a group have triumphed over all others, their unity dissolves into infighting for the top prize

    14. “Prince Mark triumphed, and the withdrawal is broken

    15. I’d finally faced my fears, triumphed over them, but the only ones I could tell were the shadows that danced on the alleyway walls

    16. basic logic and a little intuition, had triumphed in the face of cold, technocratic savagery

    17. In this world you will have tribulation, but be of good cheer; I have triumphed in the world and shown you the way to eternal joy and everlasting service

    18. 11 Before Judas and the soldiers arrived, the Master had fully regained his customary poise; the spirit had triumphed over the flesh; faith had asserted itself over all human tendencies to fear or entertain doubt

    19. They all cried, even Mel, when Potter almost triumphed and then again at the end, when everything finally turned out all right

    20. This Greek's name was Athanasius, and but for the eloquence and the logic of this believer, the persuasions of Arius would have triumphed

    21. 2 Christianity came into existence and triumphed over all contending religions primarily because of two things:

    22. the ages have tried to defeat him, he has always triumphed in the

    23. Aspen shifted back and forth on her chair, but as usual, her curiosity triumphed

    24. His Courts Have Triumphed Outside

    25. He Triumphed In The Songs

    26. Amaran-ta, however, whose hardness of heart frightened her, whose concentrated bitterness made her bitter, suddenly became clear to her in the final analysis as the most tender woman who had ever existed, and she understood with pitying clarity that the unjust tortures to which she had submitted Pietro Crespi had not been dictated by a desire for vengeance, as everyone had thought, nor had the slow martyrdom with which she had frustrated the life of Colonel Gerineldo Márquez been determined by the gall of her bitterness, as everyone had thought, but that both actions had been a mortal struggle between a measureless love and an invincible cowardice, and that the irrational fear that Amaranta had always had of her own tormented heart had triumphed in the end

    27. Although the scriptures portray how these people triumphed over their struggles, it does not show the history of the Jewish people after these periods in time

    28. triumphed in more than one way

    29. But what if he had triumphed and he was within an inch of doing so

    30. Had Hitler triumphed, Germany would have possessed Russia's limitless natural resources

    31. On the night his chirpy personality and sense of humour had triumphed over the anxiety of the moment and it shone through once more on this Sunday afternoon as he seated himself between his hosts

    32. But Zoroaster triumphed over that temptation, just as the supreme god, Ahura Mazda with his accompanying angels would eventually triumph over his brother Angra Manyu and his forces 129

    33. For your spirit has triumphed and soared As your heart faithfully arises to the occasion For a lifetime of happiness and celebration A once torn and broken hearted spirit

    34. creation myth, who triumphed over the Lords of Hell and became the sun

    35. When the plants dried up the grandmother was stricken with grief; but when the plants resprouted (when the twins were reborn from a fire in which they had perished) she knew they had triumphed in the end

    36. The good guys vindicated her, they all got turfed out, and the bad guys triumphed

    37. The gospel that Paul preached triumphed over idolatry

    38. Whenever she needed to vent about her father, Nora would lend an understanding ear, and when Lucia could no longer keep up the façade, pretending she was strong and had triumphed over her broken heart, Nora was there to hold her as she sobbed

    39. heroines out there who have triumphed over suffering then surely you must

    40. Sheer badness had triumphed over the few pitiful trickles of good like tsunamis passing over an indolent shore

    41. We aided the believers against their enemies and they triumphed over them

    42. He showed the position of the Prophet’s pure companions, which they had held justly, and their being deserving of holding the caliphate, by Al’lah, the Almighty and master of all creation, like our master Abu-Bakr, who triumphed over the apostate Arabs, Persians, and Romans, and our master Omar Ibn Al-Khattab who completed the conquests, supported the orphans, and attached the ties of blood, besides the rest of the four caliphs and the honourable companions

    43. ” she triumphed, and waved her hand as if unveiling its hidden identity

    44. triumphed, but the applause that the line was rigged to trigger failed due to audience saturation

    45. "…against their enemies and they triumphed over them

    46. As he showed the position of the prophet's pure companions which they had had justly, and their desert of holding caliphate by Al'lah, the Almighty after Master of the creatures, like our Master Abu-Bakr, who triumphed over the apostate Arabs Persians, and Romans, and our Master Omar Ibn Al-Khattab who completed the conquests, supported the orphans, and attached the ties of blood, besides the rest of the four caliphs and the honourable companions

    47. As he showed the position of the prophet’s pure companions which they had had justly, and their desert of holding caliphate by Al’lah, the Almighty after Master of the creatures, like our Master Abu-Bakr, who triumphed over the apostate Arabs Persians, and Romans, and our Master Omar Ibn Al-Khattab who completed the conquests, supported the orphans, and attached the ties of blood, besides the rest of the four caliphs and the honourable companions

    48. "Ah, I _thought_ you'd had a set-back!" triumphed the old lady

    49. Should I--" a small pause, while Manby struggled with, and triumphed over, an inconvenient and unseemly feeling in her throat which easily might have ended as a sob--"should I tell the housekeeper to prepare a room?"

    50. What was she made of, then, what poor cheap stuff, that she could think of nothing better than to cry because she did not feel as well as she used to? Weren't there heaps of things to do even when one was ill? Had she not herself heard of sick people whose minds triumphed so entirely over their prostrate flesh that from really quite perpetual beds they shed brightness on whole parishes?

    1. dodging the wrath of Ed Pentoch, escaping the cellars of Bravo, triumphing over

    2. 5 That the triumphing of the wicked is short, and the joy of the hypocrite but for a moment?

    3. As long as triumphing over others is the prevailing attitude, there will continue to be strife and a disparity between winners and losers

    4. In Iraq, for instance, after triumphing on the battlefield, the Bush administration disbanded the Iraqi army and allowed the soldiers to keep their weapons, instantly providing a large population of unemployed armed soldiers hostile to the occupying force

    5. sense of accomplishment, a sense that you are triumphing over food

    6. understand that there is NOTHING stopping you from triumphing over suffering

    7. That he hath spoiled principalities and powers, and made a shew of them openly, triumphing over them in his cross, and hath blotted out the hand-writing of ordinances which was against us, which was contrary to us, taking it out of the way by nailing it to his cross

    8. As we began this Lord’s day with the joyful memorials of Christ’s resurrection, so we desire to conclude it with the joyful expectations of Christ’s second coming, and of our own resurrection then to a blessed immortality; triumphing in hope of the glory of God

    9. As we began this Lord�s day with the joyful memorials of Christ�s resurrection, so we desire to conclude it with the joyful expectations of Christ�s second coming, and of our own resurrection then to a blessed immortality; triumphing in hope of the glory of God

    10. With readers vicariously triumphing along with the winners

    11. Both are prime examples of perception: not facts; or rather: misperception triumphing over the facts

    12. The OREH, THE EVIL AURA triumphing over good, and glorying in his hidden unseen evil

    13. The historical true story of Henry Morgan: is the true story of evil triumphing and succeeding so well: he became an English governor

    14. For any positive human, for any positive energy to succeed in triumphing over evil black negative death energy: the undead seek to require that energy be absolutely pure; and since there is no such thing as absolute purity in our relativist Universe; they can always find some tiny flaw which they exploit to destroy, poison, twist, corrupt, and turn all the positive good intentions of living people until that good positive energy is reversed 180 degrees and by that reversal of its actual direction: it becomes black negative filthy death energy

    15. 15 And having spoiled principalities and powers, he made a shew of them openly, triumphing over them in it

    16. powers, he made a show of them openly, triumphing over them in it

    17. I wanted to kiss her so badly, but I had darkness to deal with so I left her to empower the air to be sweet with the sound of the Holy Spirit triumphing in the heart of this dark storm that had befallen a righteous man’s family

    18. despoiled the principalities and the powers, he made a show of them openly, triumphing

    19. And you, being dead through your trespasses and the un-circumcision of your flesh, you, I say, did he make alive together with him, having forgiven us all our trespasses; having blotted out the bond written in ordinances that was against us, which was contrary to us: and He has taken it out of the way, nailing it to the cross; having despoiled the principalities and the powers, he made a show of them openly, triumphing over them in it

    20. —'Know you not this of old, since man was placed upon the earth, that the triumphing of the wicked is short, and the joy of the hypocrite but for a moment? Thought his excellency mount up to the heavens, and his head reach unto the clouds; yet shall he perish forever like his own dung: they which have seen him shall say, where is he? He shall fly away as a dream, and shall not be found: yea, he shall be chased away as a vision of the night

    21. It seems that as he stood contemplating his enemy she struck him as the most beautiful woman he had ever seen all his life; and the little blind boy whom in our streets they commonly call Love had no mind to let slip the chance of triumphing over a lacquey heart, and adding it to the list of his trophies; and so, stealing gently upon him unseen, he drove a dart two yards long into the poor lacquey's left side and pierced his heart through and through; which he was able to do quite at his ease, for Love is invisible, and comes in and goes out as he likes, without anyone calling him to account for what he does

    22. If I were still not brought to reason by all this, but persisted in my revolt, he would suddenly begin sighing while he looked at me, long, deep sighs as though measuring by them the depths of my moral degradation, and, of course, it ended at last by his triumphing completely: I raged and shouted, but still was forced to do what he wanted

    23. when you have one half of the world triumphing and the other plunged in grief at the same events happening to the city or the citizens?

    24. And now, palpably mistress of any size of man, and triumphing in my double achievement of pleasure and revenge, I abandoned myself entirely to the ideas of all the delight I had swam in

    25. She was suffering, complaining, and triumphing in her sufferings, and rejoicing in them, and loving them

    26. at last by his triumphing completely: I raged and shouted, but still was forced to

    27. In this spirit he began the attack, and by animated perseverance had soon re-established the sort of familiar intercourse, of gallantry, of flirtation, which bounded his views; but in triumphing over the discretion which, though beginning in anger, might have saved them both, he had put himself in the power of feelings on her side more strong than he had supposed

    28. It was plain that all that is considered important and useful is really insignificant and wicked, and that all that splendor and luxury were hiding old crimes, familiar to every one, and not only stalking unpunished, but triumphing and adorned with all the allurements man is capable of conceiving

    1. I remembered the spites and the triumphs of the playground, and those soft evenings sitting on the boughs of my beloved Turkey Oak

    2. But don't worry; good always triumphs over evil

    3. You could share your little triumphs and tragedies with him

    4. Perhaps the best known of Professor Simon’s triumphs was his bet with the famous

    5. Nothing is truer then that “Evil triumphs when good men keep silent

    6. Yet, still, these triumphs failed to satiate the hungry State,

    7. emotions and thoughts and fears and triumphs, and maybe I am

    8. We’d gotten used to our monthly two-couple lunches where he would regale us with the many triumphs regarding his rather interesting professional life

    9. triumphs regarding his rather interesting professional life

    10. favourite sanctum, a place he could come to relax and enjoy his little triumphs

    11. He is becoming experienced in the skillful wresting of victory from the very jaws of defeat; he is learning how to transform the difficulties of time into the triumphs of eternity

    12. Friendship enhances the joys and glorifies the triumphs of life

    13. But Nemedia the western empire had never been able to subdue, although the latter's triumphs were of the defensive sort, and were generally attained with the aid of Hyperborean armies

    14. 2 Many things which happen in the course of a human life are hard to understand, difficult to reconcile with the idea that this is a universe in which truth prevails and in which righteousness triumphs

    15. More feelings being showered down onto the pages, all of the highest regard and of how she had followed Maureen’s triumphs in her studies in art and the languages

    16. The ships had shared their joys, their triumphs and their grief

    17. Foundation and he wrote a wonderful book about his own trials and triumphs

    18. From the outside the beauty of a house is created by stone, mortar, and timber, but it is the emotions, ideals, losses, and triumphs under the façade that make it a home

    19. always triumphs in the end otherwise this world would have

    20. She watched him and she listened to him and she shared every one of his small triumphs, and every one of his many failures, with him

    21. which they shared their histories, their triumphs, their failures, and

    22. As a result he took a totally ill prepared Italy to war with the objective of emulating Hitler's military triumphs; mistakenly believing that Britain, like France was doomed to defeat

    23. Except perhaps not in the case of Adolf Hitler, who gained remarkable political triumphs

    24. They had shared the triumphs and the defeats together

    25. and don‘ts (triumphs and failures) of any given situation

    26. Lama, and the triumphs of the Dalai Lama’s international

    27. The inner walls of the bathhouse were covered in brightly colored mosaics depicting the past triumphs of some of Odalia's greatest gladiators but, even as he washed in its heated waters, Juko felt it was all too plain and he missed the mountains of his village

    28. the triumphs of the African-American

    29. A month to celebrate the triumphs, contributions, and

    30. The ultimate purpose of the Infinite is to lead one to a reality filled with blessing, peace, triumphs, and personal victories

    31. It is reassuring that we can always turn to the Lord in all our triumphs and defeats

    32. Life is a continuous cycle; a circle which never ends, but intersects through the good times and the hard times, the thick and thin years, the tribulations and triumphs

    33. I will lend an attentive ear to an enumeration of social successes and family difficulties, of woes and triumphs of every sort, including those connected with kitchens; but I will not answer questions about myself

    34. He had triumphed over the horse in a way that the horse could understand, in a way that one horse triumphs over another in wildlife too

    35. It always appears that ‘good’ triumphs over ‘evil’

    36. She had heard countless stories of his exploits, daring deeds and stunning triumphs

    37. Just as Lester expected, Tuesday had turned out a victory day for him, with the weekly review of current jobs only the start of his triumphs

    38. her to repeated triumphs and glory

    39. What we call History Books were mostly the accounts of the winners who recorded their triumphs by burying the truth

    40. The stakes are actually endless -- but self-victory is as certain as the fact that light always triumphs over darkness

    41. The triumphs of His grace!

    42. Once within its magic circle, its denizens live there an inner life more precious than the external, and all their days and all their ways, their triumphs and their trials, and all they see, and all they hear, and all they think, and all they do, are hallowed by the radiance which shines from afar upon this inner life, glorifying everything, and keeping all right within

    43. Should we both be wrong, it will be but an honest effort wasted, which must eventually give way to the sure triumphs of truth

    44. His triumphs in areas where you fear to

    45. I see a beautiful city and a brilliant people rising from this abyss, and, in their struggles to be truly free, in their triumphs and defeats, through long years to come, I see the evil of this time and of the previous time of which this is the natural birth, gradually making expiation for itself and wearing out

    46. One will pass all the hours of the night seated at the foot of some oak or rock, and there, without having closed his weeping eyes, the sun finds him in the morning bemused and bereft of sense; and another without relief or respite to his sighs, stretched on the burning sand in the full heat of the sultry summer noontide, makes his appeal to the compassionate heavens, and over one and the other, over these and all, the beautiful Marcela triumphs free and careless

    47. Meanwhile the knight has taken his departure; he fights in the war, conquers the king's enemy, wins many cities, triumphs in many battles, returns to the court, sees his lady where he was wont to see her, and it is agreed that he shall demand her in marriage of her parents as the reward of his

    48. All four were civilization's triumphs, and if you persist that a command of the English language is part of our inheritance, one can only reply that beauty is almost always dumb

    49. These triumphs of our time, the Atlantic's delicate cable,

    50. And these waters I listlessly daily cross, are these the waters he cross'd, As resolute in defeat as other generals in their proudest triumphs?

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