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1. Who dares thwart them? None.
2. And down he sets on the thwart.
3. Can thwart the devastator's way.
4. He limped to the thwart and climbed on it.
5. In lines that thwart like portly spiders ran.
6. This threat was mine to thwart or fail to thwart.
7. I was instructed to use it to thwart any such attempts.

8. Such a simple thing to thwart the saviors from entering.
9. What you are promised is coming, and you cannot thwart it.
10. Captain Nemo stood up from his thwart and studied the sea.
11. Presently he pulled himself to the ’midship thwart and lay.
12. His servants from those who seek to thwart the realization of.
13. Now I need to keep K around to thwart V, at least for a while.
14. Christ's family line and thwart God's plan to help His children.
15. Samantha was resolved to prevent any attempts to thwart her plan.
16. We must understand what Gadiel is doing and attempt to thwart him.
17. Some insist that utilizing the wind won’t thwart climate change.
18. But how if another claw in the shape of me is straining to thwart.
19. The prisoners were pushed onto the boat and the both sat on a thwart.
20. You’ll note that I changed the spelling of two words to thwart the.
21. Reoren, the lich-troll uttered a warding spell to thwart the attackers.
22. He was now even more thankful that Jeremiah had been able to thwart that.
23. All he discovered was a brown stain on the gunwale abreast of the thwart.
24. He would use his men to thwart any attempt to follow him and kill him in some dark alley.
25. What was happening? This was her time, her mission and she would allow none to thwart it.
26. All day I was thinking that you were mis-translating to thwart me, to change the subject.
27. His eyes looked at it while, without haste, he shifted his seat from the thwart to the gunwale.
28. And Leo Auffmann had flung up his hands as if to thwart it, push it back into the sleeping house.
29. Alas, it was not enough to thwart the magical subterfuge of Themistokles and his Guild of Assassins.
30. No trifling with me! I never jest! There is grim purpose in what I do, and I warn you that you do not thwart me.
31. There was to be no life spared that might thwart the capture of the barbarian and the return of his bride-to-be.
32. The "boat" was a miniature punt, used for reed-cutting -- little more than a raft, with a single thwart amidships.
33. He had lighted with such energy upon a thwart of his boat that his ivory leg had received a half-splintering shock.
34. Blackberry was fidgeting on and off the thwart, strung up, able to feel only too clearly all that Hazel felt himself.
35. We need to consider the possibility that he has found a way to thwart our efforts to sentence him to three-d reality.
36. Like any organ, it is regulated by internal, external, and transternal systems that nourish, thwart and covolve with it.
37. Clever terrorists monitoring Beckley had only to wait until Thursdays to thwart Homeland Security and blow up the building.
38. Let’s forget our political and ideological differences during this trip and cooperate to thwart those barbarian bastards.
39. The rewards will usually coax the children to have better behavior, and the consequences will usually thwart off misbehavior.
40. It is unlikely that it was the intention of the founders to give any public official the ability to thwart the will of the people.
41. So the two of you learned of this conspiracy against the crown and decided you would thwart it by yourselves, is that the way of it?
42. Elaine, in the back seat, heaved a sigh of relief that she had not just died as a result of the missile strike she had attempted to thwart.
43. His eyes looked at it while he fell forward and hung with his breast on the gunwale and the fingers of his right hand hooked under the thwart.
44. The National Trial Lawyers, a special-interest group, has made every attempt to thwart the establishment of these kinds of mechanisms in the United States.
45. I nodded confidently, hoping to communicate the false notion that I knew how to correctly hang a food bag from a tree in such a way that would thwart a bear.
46. Religious literature abound with stories of how the devil or the ego tries to thwart the upward climb of an aspirant to a more expansive and holistic awareness.
47. As to any expectation of conviction on this floor, I know the nature of the ground and how hopeless any arguments are, which thwart a concerted course of measures.
48. Till our opponents can prove that they have a right which is paramount to the public interest, we must persist in denying the right to thwart the success of the war.
49. One way to thwart these creatures is to hang plastic fruit coated with Tanglefoot that will render useless the feet of the insect keeping them from your rosy apples.
50. This made it easy for my father not only to keep me under his thumb but also to thwart any attempts I could make to explain the difficulty of my position to my mother.
51. So black leaders in league with the Democratic Party continue to pose as the good-hearted benefactors of those whose opportunities they thwart, and whose capacities they imprison.
52. For there was a huddled-up form lying on the bottom of the boat, its head inclined half on and half off the stern thwart, its whole attitude suggestive of the helplessness of death.
53. Normally, in times of war, it would be expected that the Americans would try every trick in the book to thwart their attempts to reactivate the world’s second largest missile silo.
54. I ran to the Bell Pull and yankt upon it with both Hands, but lo! it came loose as I did so! The entire Chamber had been prepar’d to thwart my Plans! O Villainy! O misplaced Innocence!.
55. The Pilgrim hoped he was indeed a brother though this could always prove to be a trap, a wicked machination; an evil thing sent to thwart him and his Pilgrimage, to mock God and his divine plan.
56. These are things he doesn’t know anything about, but at the same time he seems to have all the information at his finger tips to thwart the evil one’s plans, Brian said with a somber tone.
57. Although having allegedly died in an accident thirty-two years ago, he was now working to thwart a sinister conspiracy from some supposedly secretive group above the highest known echelons of power.
58. It was their knowledge of honoi energy that enabled them to thwart the Orderrans from taking over their planet during the first invasion, not to mention that they had that god machine at their disposal.
59. The information given by that woman fortunately allowed us to thwart in time a second suicide team that planned to hijack another cargo ship and ram it into Vesta, where our battle station MJOLNIR was built.
60. We're heading straight for it! screamed Ambrosius, trembling uncontrollably on the mist-swamped deck of the main ship, lashed and clinging to the thwart on which rested his last chances of further life.
61. You continually hear from such men that there is nothing they can do owing to certain very complicated and hostile circumstances, which "thwart their genius," and that it was "sad to see the waste of their talents.
62. So why don’t we instead engage the crotchety beasts---as allies? We will both pass through the so called ‘ring’, but we’ll do it one at a time, and each will choose a breed of dog to hasten himself and thwart his opponent.
63. Already are our difficulties with Great Britain critical enough, but if gentlemen wish war, the thing is altogether appropriate to its end; well calculated not to support, but to thwart the pacific views and intentions of the Executive.
64. The Alliance’s international forces have already managed to thwart dozens of enemy scouting missions to Earth, and these engagements have helped us collect an enormous amount of data on their ships, weapons, and tactics, he said.
65. But when an instrument is once tuned, the situation of these intervals is fixed beyond his control, and by occurring in a passage where his design required the most perfect harmony, it might as often thwart as favour the intended effect.
66. If we were to instigate trouble now, if we were to attempt to thwart the Viirin Caretakers, would we soon---would we ever---depart on the ascendance that we’ve awaited our entire lives? I think we all know the answer to that question!.
67. She however knew that many in the Pentagon would do their best to thwart her efforts with the various promotion boards, being still adverse to the presence of women in the Air Force despite all the years of meritorious services from the said women.
68. I haven’t tried this but instead of the usual dull message on your answering machine, why not place a busy signal? This should thwart the telemarketers but you’ll have to tell your friends that they can leave a message after the busy tone.
69. Some of the rabbits, in the first confusion of boarding the punt, had found themselves in this water, but now all had got clear of it -- most either to bows or stern, though Thethuthinnang and Speedwell were hunched on the narrow thwart, amidships.
70. Even after failing at destroying my positive energy, even after 48 years of failure, even after i discovered the universal truths which are their doom: even after i began writing this book: they continue to try to thwart me and this book as much s possible.
71. By protecting the inner power we develop, Dominion‘s occult forces will not have the power to keep us from realizing the divinity within; they will not have the power to prevent our attainment of spiritual freedom, and they will not have the power to thwart our escape from hell.
72. The conquest of Mexico was the project, not of the council of Spain, but of a governor of Cuba ; and it was effectuated by the spirit of the bold adventurer to whom it was entrusted, in spite of every thing which that governor, who soon repented of having trusted such a person, could do to thwart it.
73. It was not, he repeated, to defeat the passage of this bill; no, but what was much more to be dreaded, to thwart that, which the bill proposes to contribute to, the final success of the war; and for this purpose he must do the opposition the credit to say, they have resorted to means the best calculated to produce the effect.
74. Bulstrode saw in it not only medical jealousy but a determination to thwart himself, prompted mainly by a hatred of that vital religion of which he had striven to be an effectual lay representative—a hatred which certainly found pretexts apart from religion such as were only too easy to find in the entanglements of human action.
75. Despite a senior secretary’s statement to Mundell in the Ithaca Journal article published July 8, 1991, that one of Roy’s mottos was We never sell anything, he undertook personal negotiations in secret and dumped the Scranton plant at a discount price to thwart and hopefully discourage his son from acquiring and operating the balance of his outdoor empire.
76. If he opposes them, on the contrary, and still more, if he has authority enough to be able to thwart them, neither the most acknowledged probity, nor the highest rank, nor the greatest public services, can protect him from the most infamous abuse and detraction, from personal insults, nor sometimes from real danger, arising from the insolent outrage of furious and disappointed monopolists.
77. For myself I can say that since I have been a knight-errant I have become valiant, polite, generous, well-bred, magnanimous, courteous, dauntless, gentle, patient, and have learned to bear hardships, imprisonments, and enchantments; and though it be such a short time since I have seen myself shut up in a cage like a madman, I hope by the might of my arm, if heaven aid me and fortune thwart me not, to see myself king of some kingdom where I may be able to show the gratitude and generosity that dwell in my heart; for by my faith, senor, the poor man is incapacitated from showing the virtue of generosity to anyone, though he may possess it in the highest degree; and gratitude that consists of disposition only is a dead thing, just as faith without works is dead.
1. He fought on, thwarting 56.
2. You have aided in thwarting me.
3. He bitterly resented thwarting.
4. There was nothing more thwarting to me than.
5. Half the town would almost take trouble for the sake of thwarting him.
6. Maya, it should be remembered, is not an actual arch-deity thwarting us from on.
7. It expressed, plainer than words could do, the intense anguish at having made himself the instrument of thwarting his own revenge.
8. They, the citizens bringing suit against corporatenisms, are costing us money and therefore thwarting us in our pursuit of wealth.
9. It expressed, plainer than words could do, the intensest anguish at having made himself the instrument of thwarting his own revenge.
10. It is evident that the Plane of Order has taken an active stance in thwarting the movements of the Plane of Chaos in this Realm as in others.
11. The implication is that there are constraints thwarting me from making a free choice liberated from the threat of inequitable costs or consequences, e.
12. Inquisitive reporters tried to find her and uncover her story, but the nuns were vigilant, thwarting attempts by journalists and others to speak with or photograph her.
13. The sand slipped away beneath its feet like slimy stones on the seafloor, thwarting its pace, but impartial time saw the determined skeleton at last reach the western coast.
14. Anyone shown to be an ally of the government is now seen as part of the anti-us they are triggered to feel are thwarting them, thus cascading a hysterical response of primal frustration:.
15. He knew he must change the style of his traps so that he stood the greatest chance of thwarting Duval, and he gained not a small amount of satisfaction at the thought of costing them the loss of another dog or man.
16. This is not much connected with Miss Isabella's affair: except that it urged me to resolve further on mounting vigilant guard, and doing my utmost to check the spread of such bad influence at the Grange: even though I should wake a domestic storm, by thwarting Mrs.
17. This is not much connected with Miss Isabella’s affair: except that it urged me to resolve further on mounting vigilant guard, and doing my utmost to cheek the spread of such bad influence at the Grange: even though I should wake a domestic storm, by thwarting Mrs.
18. He gave the little minority praise for having kept the Administration in check, under the salutary restraint of a rigorous examination of their acts—although the Administration had run away with the credit of wishing to take a strong attitude, and had thrown the blame of thwarting their measures on the opposition.
19. However he would stand against them, after several attempts on his own life and being expelled from the Magicians’ sect hundreds of years ago as the prize for obtaining an insight into their ultimate goal, he had now decided to spend his every breath thwarting any conditions that would aid in the God Queen’s release.
20. The clearness now in his life if only he had not done that! Nobody sofa-ridden in it, no grown-up thwarting daughters, and himself vigorous, distinguished, entirely desirable as a husband, choosing with the mellow, yet not too mellow, wisdom of middle life exactly who was best fitted to share the advantages he had to offer.
21. Life is not as unkind to the self-introspecting man as it is to a self-reflecting bull for it lends him the scope to contain the damages the vagaries of his habit occasions; but still, save a Gary Sobers, who said he never committed the same mistake twice, man fails to benefit from the let-offs of fate, and that only proves that man is more adept at thwarting the perils without but not at averting the banes within.
22. Wouldn’t it be irrational to elect a Congress controlled by a Party that differed from the President's Party? —The voters would be thwarting their own desires to obtain the spending levels that they themselves prefer! Sure, it is possible that some people might not understand this, but most people will be able to see that voting a split ticket would allow politicians to continue lying to us about their intentions.
23. And now he had found this--this thing, he thought, looking at her in the kind of fury that seized him at the merest approach to any thwarting that touched his work, of light and fire and cleanness, this little hidden precious stone, hidden for him, waiting for him to come and make of her a supreme work of art, and she was putting forward middle-class obstacles, Philistine difficulties, ludicrous trivialities--Robert, in short--to the achievement of it.
24. The 3rd thing I wanted to write was that when a man is put in the necessity of choosing between an act which is clearly beneficial to others, but with the thwarting of the demands of conscience (the will of God), then the problem is only one of short-sightedness, because the man sees in the immediate future the good which will arise from his act, if he thwarts the will of God, but he does not see in the more remote future the other good, which is an infinite number of times greater, which will come from the abstention of this act and the fulfilment of the will of God.
25. Who would have thought that this affair was to prove to me the means of an easy riddance of Mr Hickery? But so it turned out; for whether or not there was any foundation for the traffickings with him which she pretended, he never could abide to hear the story alluded to, which, when I discerned, I took care, whenever he showed any sort of inclination to molest the council with his propugnacity, to joke him about his bonny sweetheart, the Tappit-hen, and he instantly sang dumb, and quietly slipped away; by which it may be seen how curiously events come to pass, since, out of the very first cause of his thwarting me in the lamps, I found, in process of time, a way of silencing him far better than any sort of truth or reason.
1. We have thwarted the Holy.
2. The lil bomber was getting thwarted.
3. Some wishes are destined to be thwarted.
4. Not to be thwarted, the man moved forward.
5. Even a thwarted attack would be a disaster.
6. It was both helped and thwarted by my past.
7. Long have they thwarted me, but their days.
8. Heaven and hell aren’t easily thwarted.
9. Martin Cunningham thwarted his speech rudely:.
10. We will not be thwarted by your childish pranks.
11. I even tried to dig under but was thwarted there.
12. You thwarted what would have been a devastating.
13. But the Asian wasn’t one to be thwarted that easily.
14. The greater risk in the oil industry was thwarted by.
15. Max thwarted him by flying off the ship in a helicopter.
16. Brits in a thwarted attack on a British Brewery in 2004.
17. Carter stil felt thwarted but he reluctantly walked over.
18. Efforts to obtain information have been actively thwarted.
19. But Guy Clarence was not to be thwarted in his benevolence.
20. He believed that their plan had to be immediately thwarted.
21. They are remorselessly vindictive when thwarted or exposed.
22. If he had hoped to goad the other man, his hope was thwarted.
23. The indignation of the thwarted ancestor was heavy upon him.
24. Thwarted by ignorance, he is hemmed in by time, action, and.
25. Administrator, and his lieutenants, would have to be thwarted.
26. But, in the end, all my efforts were thwarted by what I must.
27. I failed to accomplish their wishes; I thwarted their dreams.
28. Now is the time of our victory for all battles thwarted!.
29. Social antipathy is a mutual anger, a hatred of being thwarted.
30. He had tried, over at Mabel's, but she had thwarted his efforts.
31. Here, one man thwarted the will of 60 percent of Arkansas voters.
32. Ravan’s deadly aim had been thwarted by the urgency of the moment.
33. Over the route there were six other attempts and all were thwarted.
34. The home-coons had thwarted every other tactic to keep them at bay.
35. But one distressing circumstance totally thwarted the Canadian's plans.
36. But its once eager expansion seemed to be thwarted by the wave already.
37. Never fear; attempts at grooming can be thwarted in a number of ways:.
38. They have nothing but a literature of invasions successfully thwarted.
39. And I wrote a little song of thwarted ambition that remains unpublished.
40. Once again his actions were thwarted, as a Toyota Tiger came up the roadway.
41. Jesus when He was born, but upon discovering that his plan was thwarted, the.
42. Of course they would have every contingent in place to ensure he was thwarted.
43. Heavy snow and sub-zero temperatures thwarted all German efforts and took its toll.
44. I have no fear of loneliness or thwarted will, wherein others fear the agreement of.
45. Timothy 2:4]; can His will be thwarted? Jesus came to save all [John 12:47]; will He.
46. At a guess, Gary’s not used to being thwarted, but then I’m much the same myself.
47. With every thwarted attack I grow more confident, and my fear quickly turns into rage.
48. Timothy 2:4); can His will be thwarted? Jesus came to save all (John 12:47); will He.
49. He bears up bravely when his plans are thwarted and his purposes temporarily defeated.
50. It appears that over the last decade or so, a few acts of this nature have been thwarted.
51. The dog he has thwarted for no real purpose other than honour howls and jumps towards him.
52. Even more maddening was the fact that his primary goal was being thwarted by a larger force.
53. Next in the hierarchy of needs comes love, which we will assume is thwarted for some reason.
54. Now, his prime ministerial ambitions were being thwarted again, this time by one of his own.
55. Lost in his own dismay at having been thwarted, Gerrid hadn’t noticed the figure behind him.
56. Now it was easily thwarted, and anyone who tried this trick against him would certainly lose.
57. The group has been thwarted and their plans to expand their world control have been terminated.
58. A brief glimmer of hope that she was still alive was instantly thwarted by the vision before him.
59. We thwarted the law, but they'll be after us as soon as they can be rescued to round up a posse.
60. This world – the real body of Earth and Its virtual mind – is in the throes of thwarted communion.
61. But now she knew her feelings of that long-past night were those of a spoiled child thwarted of a toy.
62. It was late in the seventh day that he freaked out, and then he become impatient and thwarted himself.
63. The Bourbon estate was a revered dynasty for it had thwarted armies, would-be rivals, despots, and kings.
64. Lovers, torn apart in the instant of their first meeting, their first sweet tryst of hot desire thwarted.
65. A few attacks on large installations had been successfully thwarted, but attacks on smaller ones had not.
66. Because she hated herself, she hated them all with the fury of the thwarted and humiliated love of sixteen.
67. To the high mountain-peaks of faith and sanctity he would have climbed, had not the tendency been thwarted by.
68. A wish which had been thwarted for over 60 years by intelligent rational humans who did not want to kill anyone.
69. She didn't interfere because she had plans of her own, but somehow her plans were thwarted, and she had to escape.
70. A unified calmness washed over my body, reviving and refreshing me with no hint of frustration or thwarted purpose.
71. Brice had just left, once more thwarted in his efforts to recruit Alec to his cause when their conversation began.
72. Yet Mohammad Amin’s ill-wishers, having been thwarted in their plans, were not happy to leave matters as they were.
73. My possibility of great military success has been thwarted by ignoble men that lacked the courage to die for the Reich.
74. Eric stood on the sidewalk, in front of her store, thwarted for the second day in a row by the crowds swirling around him.
75. He had meant everything to turn out differently; and others had thrust themselves into his life and thwarted his purposes.
76. Elm was still in shock at Pine's actions, his determination to find Oak would not be thwarted and Elm almost admired Pine.
77. Consequently, their attempts are thwarted and they are unable to exhibit their display of stabbing themselves with skewers.
78. She tried to pull her clothes into a semblance of order, but her hands wouldn’t stop shaking, and the buttons thwarted her.
79. It was as if his fretted, tortured soul, run hot by thwarted passion, jetted off these sayings like sparks from electricity.
80. Unable to physically overpower him, the Philistines sought a way to capture this ‘upstart’ who thwarted them at every turn.
81. Smithforge succeeded in creating a new Gong Seal but was thwarted from putting it in place by the ambitious Denizens of Chaos.
82. And as he asked the question a disappointment which was not entirely the disappointment of thwarted duty crossed d'Urberville's face.
83. However, before the link had even been established, the ‘dial up’ was thwarted, the console unable to identify the interference.
84. She could sense their determination, they would not be thwarted this time, they were hungry and they would not give up on their meal.
85. He broke into their hiding places, thwarted their schemes and confounded their criminal deeds, until they were beaten into submission.
86. It was not easy to thole to be so thwarted, especially for such an extravagant problem, by one so new to our councils and deliberations.
87. The Prince was still alive, an attack had been thwarted, and despite the end drawing near, at least the air had been cleared between them.
88. He sat there, full of calm satisfaction: his face bright and shining and displaying complete confidence that he had thwarted the sorcerer.
89. Everyone breathed easier now that the domination of the entire world by the Zoarinians had been thwarted, but they talked about it quietly.
90. It was like struggling against some huge elemental force; his iron arms thwarted her efforts with an ease that sent panic racing through her limbs.
91. How," he inquired, turning to her with all the indignant wrath of the thwarted worker, "is a man to work if he lives in a constant social whirl?".
92. The silence was as overwhelming as the crash had been; death thwarted by nature as it had placed the boulder in that position, hundreds of years before.
93. Had she been Glain’s size and temperament, he’d have been right cautious, but on Khalila, thwarted ambition looked about as intimidating as a puppy’s snarl.
94. As you so well know the trails to Phenix, having traversed them many times, so do I well know the way to the city of your disappointed hopes and thwarted ambitions.
95. He had intended to finish his address and then have a visit with them before leaving, but this plan was thwarted by the conspiracy of events which immediately followed.
96. Mercedes opened the door of the study and had disappeared before he had recovered from the painful and profound revery into which his thwarted vengeance had plunged him.
97. It was then that, thwarted and debarred from the outlet a man prefers, he sought his other outlet, and laid all these distressful matters in prayer at the feet of heaven.
98. The reward money the insurance companies have paid to the pilots of P I craft that have successfully thwarted pirate raids belong to the pilots and not to the Space Force.
99. Unfortunately all of the members of Obotron 1 had indeed read this book several times by now, and had stealthily thwarted the other two’s relentless attempts to eat them.
100. Judas had even thought to pose as having hastened out to warn them of the coming of the apprehenders, but this plan was thwarted by Jesus' blighting greeting of the betrayer.
1. He laid himself down under the thwarts and waited, panting.
2. The square oars rang in the iron thwarts, and, in the stillness, seemed to mark time, like the beating of a metronome, while at the stern the rudder that trailed behind never ceased its gentle splash.
3. The square oars rang in the iron thwarts, and, in the stillness, seemed to mark time, like the beating of a metronome, while at the stern the rudder that trailed behind never ceased its gentle splash against the water.
4. The 3rd thing I wanted to write was that when a man is put in the necessity of choosing between an act which is clearly beneficial to others, but with the thwarting of the demands of conscience (the will of God), then the problem is only one of short-sightedness, because the man sees in the immediate future the good which will arise from his act, if he thwarts the will of God, but he does not see in the more remote future the other good, which is an infinite number of times greater, which will come from the abstention of this act and the fulfilment of the will of God.

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