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    1. Stepping out of the door this morning, the first thing to assail him was a smell like burning electrical components

    2. Oh how easy it is to forget when the storms of life assail us

    3. As he continued to assail the bludgeoning goblins he lashed at them with the chains of gorgons

    4. They and their goblin riders have continued to assail our city in increasing numbers over the past months

    5. As men-at-arms using poles tipped the burning oil down upon the enemy, the stench of burning flesh rose in a hissing cloud to assail the nostrils and senses of the defenders on the battlements above

    6. "They rode to the frontier which the heathen Picts assail – thanks to the strong liquor which I've smuggled over the borders to madden them

    7. And even now, it is not we who assail them, but they who seek our destruction

    8. 2 "Many of those who will assail you are ignorant of the light of heaven, but this is not true of some who now persecute us

    9. The next essential matter is that some countries have requested us not to assail Crowngland’s installations in the manner we did in Zulimistan

    10. Where once did Hadrian's men assail,

    11. He is possessed by the thousands of expectations that assail his life just as the arrogant Suitors place a siege on his house, with Penelope as their accomplice

    12. assail me all at once

    13. Many treacherous obstacles he’d have to assail

    14. We shall assail the pompous Maruts head-on and prove ourselves to be much more than entertainers in slavery

    15. as sounds of traffic assail my ears

    16. May God assail them! How deceived they are!

    17. Either they hold that Scripture gives room for several opposite theories; or they lean to Universalism, and secretly teach men to trust in future purgatories; or they wholly repudiate and openly denounce and assail the old missionary doctrine, and believe that they who have 'sinned without law,’ and led impenitent lives under heathen darkness, shall enjoy evangelisation in Hades; or, if they reject that, shall 'perish without law,’ and die under the double curse of God; but it is simply a fact that opinion is changing here, and that the churches at home, acted upon by the revived spirit of doctrinal study, are silent where our fathers would have spoken, or doubt where they would have unhesitatingly followed the doctrine of former ages, or boldly deny where they would have an athematised opposition

    18. "Here, brother Sancho Panza," said Don Quixote when he saw it, "we may plunge our hands up to the elbows in what they call adventures; but observe, even shouldst thou see me in the greatest danger in the world, thou must not put a hand to thy sword in my defence, unless indeed thou perceivest that those who assail me are rabble or base folk; for in that case thou mayest very properly aid me; but if they be knights it is on no account permitted or allowed thee by the laws of knighthood to help me until thou hast been dubbed a knight

    19. " To say this, to lift his sword, to shelter himself well behind his buckler, and to assail the Biscayan was the work of an instant, determined as he was to venture all upon a single blow

    20. Lothario gazed upon her when he might have been speaking to her, and thought how worthy of being loved she was; and thus reflection began little by little to assail his allegiance to Anselmo, and a thousand times he thought of withdrawing from the city and going where Anselmo should never see him nor he see Camilla

    21. Beauty by itself attracts the desires of all who behold it, and the royal eagles and birds of towering flight stoop on it as on a dainty lure; but if beauty be accompanied by want and penury, then the ravens and the kites and other birds of prey assail it, and she who stands firm against such attacks well deserves to be called the crown of her husband

    22. "Still her eyes closed not--one remembrance with frightful velocity followed another--All the incidents of her life were in arms, embodied to assail her, and

    23. Was there nothing to fear? was there not some snare laid for her? Her innocence had kept her in ignorance of the dangers that might assail a young girl of her age

    24. flight, and therefore I do not know by what means your pursuers will assail

    25. That he cannot do, in force to assail

    26. Why should he think it not vain to assail us, if we have it?'

    27. vanguard of its army in the days of its power, to assail the mountains and

    28. Hitherto I had blamed only the servants, but now a terrible fear began to assail me

    29. Fanny coloured, and doubted at first what to say; when, hoping to assail her on her vulnerable side, she presently answered—

    30. No wonder there had been some among the hunters who namelessly transported and allured by all this serenity, had ventured to assail it; but had fatally found that quietude but the vesture of tornadoes

    31. The privations and sufferings which take from the men of the social concept of life the good for which they live, cannot impair the Christian's good, which consists in the fulfilment of God's will; they can only strengthen him, when they assail him in the performance of this will

    32. Oh! where my aching heart relieve when griefs assail me sore?

    33. But, sir, I wished to do something; I proposed, in select committee, to strike out those sections which would only do us injury, and then fill their place with sections (which I had draughted and presented for consideration) authorizing the arming of the merchant ships, not for defence alone, but with authority to capture and make prize of any vessel that might assail them while engaged in lawful commerce, and to employ the public ships of war in convoying the trade of the nation

    34. If the wrongful occupants under the authority of Spain assail our troops, I trust they will retrieve the lost honor of the nation in the case of the Chesapeake

    35. This analysis may excite unpleasant sensations; it may assail honest prejudices; for there can be no doubt that honest prejudices frequently exist, and are many times perfectly innocent

    36. Gentlemen ought to recollect, that Great Britain has been almost constantly engaged in war for twenty years past against one of the most powerful nations that ever existed; and for a considerable part of that time, the energies of her enemy have been directed by war's favorite genius—Napoleon, who has succeeded in uniting nearly the whole force of the Continent of Europe against her: against that very nation which we are about to assail; and what has been the effect? Is Great Britain less powerful now, than she was twenty years ago? No, sir, this constant warfare has increased her powers instead of diminishing them

    37. It is not on land then that you expect immediately to assail your enemy

    38. It is more worthy the Government of a great nation to relieve than to assail the injured

    39. We don't care if the whole human race, from the Ascidians to Darwin himself, assail us and fiercely thrust us once more into short jackets and knickerbockers, provided they allow an indefinite vacation in a daisy field

    40. After the declaration of war, had they any disposition to assail us? We have the reverse expressly in evidence

    41. The secrecy and facility with which the savages can assail that frontier, renders it improper that we should depend entirely for protection upon the volunteers and militia of an adjoining State

    42. The world would have laughed at us had we declared war against France, who was no longer able to injure us, whom we could not assail with effect, and have left the unceasing injuries of Great Britain to go on unresisted and unresented

    43. are we prepared to assail the enemy or repel her attacks? 545;

    1. The musicians were assailed with encouragement until the final flourish of the tune and the split second of silence that followed

    2. Danny was sure that he could design a much more efficient way of dealing with the arcane world of paper and people, and regularly assailed his sister with critiques of off-line morbidity

    3. ' I said assailed yet again by the thought that I must have blown it completely

    4. Immediately her ears are assailed by the sound of a lawn mower coming from the back garden

    5. The scent of hot coffee assailed his nostrils and brightened him up

    6. immediately assailed with the scent of wild rosemary

    7. long before he was assailed by still more beggars and

    8. The poor man was assailed by a never ending

    9. I walked out of the front of the station and went to catch a tram to General Gordon Street but as I walked to the stop the memories of Charlie came flooding back and I all but fainted at the vivid recollections that assailed my senses

    10. The stale smell of spilled wine and vomit assailed his nostrils

    11. I lay back against the side of the crater bone tired so I shut my eyes but the visions that assailed me were straight from hell so I quickly opened them again

    12. We fatherly assailed the Police Band after the funeral for they made the severe mistake of questioning our drilling capabilities which we saw as a mortal insult

    13. He belched and I was assailed by the smell of garlic and stale beer

    14. Everything’s wonderful,” she answered, tossing her head as the drug assailed her senses

    15. Your party is on the line,” she said, just as a deafening blast of static assailed Sylvia’s ear

    16. This time, they assailed me for not earning enough to let my wife be a stay at home mom and not letting them meet her

    17. Opening the door, her nostrils were assailed by the faint but definite smell of

    18. “NOW JUST A DAMN MINUTE!!!” Mark yelled at the top of his lungs, and a battle rage lit in him at the unfairness of the two of them being assailed by such a huge force in their first combat exercise

    19. “Why, these aren’t the men that sided with me, these are the ones who ate the food!” He suddenly realized that his thoughts had turned into words as feelings, both of vindication and chagrin, assailed him

    20. The smell of stale beer and old cigarettes assailed her nostrils

    21. And now, an almost forgotten concern suddenly assailed his innermost thoughts again

    22. “You have had patrols out! Why have they not reported any movement on our southern flank?” Now a disturbing thought assailed him

    23. He leaned forward as the smell of burning hemp assailed his nostrils

    24. southern flank?” Now a disturbing thought assailed him

    25. fixed, though assailed constantly by the harsh beach weather of

    26. What storms have assailed your life? What things have stolen your joy and

    27. The pungent smell of the huge population had assailed his nostrils and hit the back of his throat, long before the sight of it

    28. When I got close I was assailed by the stench of shit but had

    29. the horde of memories that assailed me

    30. The governorś office at the California State Capitol was assailed with several independent television crews all vying for exclusive news from the governor

    31. Gilead, the Key Mage of Coermantyr, assailed the specters with a harnessing spell

    32. Bjorn assailed the spherical creatures with sharpened stones hurled from his sling

    33. The battle group was assailed by three wolf-beasts soon after exiting from the populated area

    34. Stunned by surprize, the horde broke before they had time to see it was but a handful which assailed them

    35. Thirst assailed him savagely

    36. Bolts of magic constantly assailed the shield as it struggled to repair itself

    37. that his strength failed when he was assailed

    38. Now the monster slid noiselessly into the room, with a crouching posture and a shambling gait; and a familiar scent assailed the Cimmerian's nostrils, but did not reassure him, since Zuagir legendry represented demons as smelling like that

    39. Feeling a kinship with all wild things, even dragons, it was impossible for him to experience the sick horror which assailed Valeria at the sight of the brute's ferocity

    40. If I could but come to grips with something tangible, that I could cleave with my sword! I tell you, it's not by chance that the Picts have of late so fiercely assailed the frontiers, so that the Bossonians have called for aid to beat them back

    41. Yet he found dents on those adamantine bars, like the marks of incredible fangs, and wondered with an involuntary shudder what nameless monsters had so terribly assailed the barriers

    42. We have assailed them only by the denunciation of their spiritual disloyalty to the very truths which they profess to teach and safeguard

    43. Shocked me so that I stopped drinking as I was assailed almost to the point of madness

    44. Doubts never assailed him

    45. Icy doubts assailed him

    46. They did not reply; they sat staring at him, assailed by a numbing realization of the truth of his assertion

    47. Doubts of the wizard's power assailed him

    48. Grew lean while he assailed the seasons;

    49. One afternoon, when she was sewing on the porch, she was assailed by the certainty that she would be sitting in that place, in the same position, and under the same light when they brought her the news of Rebeca’s death

    50. They find themselves assailed on two sides

    1. He turned back around to continue his solitary drinking and the woman rushed off in a huff to sweep - in between assailing the other male patrons with honeyed words and batted eye-lashes, of course

    2. She turned her back on him to hide the bitterness assailing her

    3. Jalhi’s wyverns easily evaded the assailing blows and roasted two of the dragon-trolls with hot balls of fire

    4. He addressed the large orc assassin assailing him

    5. But the spies seized upon this as a pretext for assailing Jesus

    6. But, the true savages weren’t apes or monkeys, of course, but it was those assailing Darwin’s character for presenting the brilliant, honest truth

    7. We are not assailing rather we are going to kill you in fact

    8. She continued to feel anger over the recent deaths and difficulties associated with and assailing several religious institutions or people in the area

    9. The passengers, according to their nature a, were making the best of their misfortune, and preparing for a jovial night at sea, or else walking the deck in impotent anger, be moaning their broken engagements, and assailing the captain whenever he appeared, with a hail of stormy questions

    10. The hair and flesh on the back of its neck rippled as it ran, the thud of its huge feet on the ground assailing Elm's ears, growing louder the closer that it came

    11. train, instantly mesmerized by the clamor assailing

    12. problems assailing their political fortunes, the war in Iraq, and other activities around the world

    13. “What is your authority in assailing a righteous man’s house this night? Who among you will give voice to the answer that I seek?”

    14. He smiled nastily, his stained and broken teeth giving evidence to the bad breath that was now assailing her, as he stepped closer

    15. Waterland to Bishop Bethel, have securely depended in assailing their Nonconformist opponents

    16. Why, then, doubt that, if any strong and steady influence was at work to corrupt apostolic Christianity in the department of belief relating to immortality, nothing short of a miracle could hinder the victory of such an assailing force?

    17. I said, You know not what you are doing in thus assailing me: What an argument are you raising about the State! Just as I thought that I had finished, and was only too glad that I had laid this question to sleep, and was reflecting how fortunate I was in your acceptance of what I then said, you ask me to begin again at the very foundation, ignorant of what a hornet's nest of words you are stirring

    18. assailing the White Towers and the Havens, hereafter the Elves may have no

    19. The assailing hosts halted, foiled by the silent menace of rock and

    20. assailing their east-borders, of orc-hosts marching in the Wold of Rohan

    21. As I read it, they found the enemy already on the out-wall, or assailing it, when they returned - and that would be two nights ago, if they used fresh horses from the posts, as is their wont

    22. In more than one instance, he has been known, not only to chase the assailing boats back to their ships, but to pursue the ship itself, and long withstand all the lances hurled at him from its decks

    1. Confessing God’s Word to Satan is the way to overcome not only Satan’s accusations, but also discouragement and anxiety and a host of other temptations with which Satan assails our mind

    2. Spirits riding winged horses to wage battles assails them

    3. And when a suggestion from Satan assails you, take refuge with God

    4. We are learning to exercise imagination upon the evangelical enterprise, and to understand better in what light it presents itself to the 'natives’ whose religion it assails

    5. attack assails the victim

    6. "I could not do that," said Sancho, "for when I separate from your worship fear at once lays hold of me, and assails me with all sorts of panics and fancies; and let what I now say be a notice that from this time forth I am not going to stir a finger's width from your presence

    7. Thy wife Camilla is virtuous, thou dost possess her in peace and quietness, no one assails thy happiness, her thoughts wander not beyond the walls of thy house, thou art her heaven on earth, the object of her wishes, the fulfilment of her desires, the measure wherewith she measures her will, making it conform in all things to thine and Heaven's

    8. immodest, there another condemns her as frail and frivolous; this pardons and absolves her, that spurns and reviles her; one extols her beauty, another assails her character, and in short all abuse her, and all adore her, and to such a pitch has this general infatuation gone that there are some who complain of her scorn without ever having exchanged a word with her, and even some that bewail and mourn the raging fever of jealousy, for which she never gave anyone cause, for, as I have already said, her misconduct was known before her passion

    9. The Tenth Book of the Republic of Plato falls into two divisions: first, resuming an old thread which has been interrupted, Socrates assails the poets, who, now that the nature of the soul has been analyzed, are seen to be very far gone from the truth; and secondly, having shown the reality of the happiness of the just, he demands that appearance shall be restored to him, and then proceeds to prove the immortality of the soul

    10. “What’s this?” I ask as the sweet, sweet sound of a hundred violin strings assails us

    11. Should any unwarrantably pert young Leviathan coming that way, presume to draw confidentially close to one of the ladies, with what prodigious fury the Bashaw assails him, and chases him away! High times, indeed, if unprincipled young rakes like him are to be permitted to invade the sanctity of domestic bliss; though do what the Bashaw will, he cannot keep the most notorious Lothario out of his bed; for, alas! all fish bed in common

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