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It knew its progeny were dying.
We are Kila, of the progeny of Gorn.
And this same progeny of evils comes.
If by his progeny the fame of Greece.
Palaces on lakes; the progeny of blue blood.
I think our leader would be very pleased with my progeny.
Mary Alice Hawes was the last surviving progeny of Captain.

Sir Roger and thought that his progeny would not be questioned.
Some statutes give great weight to the interests of the progeny.
These huge animals have become wholly extinct, and have left no progeny.
And he made it an enduring word in his progeny, so that they may return.
It is unusual that the progeny of great men and women also go on to be great.
The father is supremely interested in the progressive welfare of his progeny.
The elder paused in his tale, and his progeny eagerly leaned in to hear the rest.
No one was left to teach their progeny anything about what had been rebelled against.
God the father in terms of knowledge and power, but the son in terms of progeny, hence love.
For many this was the norm after visiting the castle… except for King Charles and his progeny.
Ali the son-in-law, and his progeny al Hassan and al Husain the grandsons of Mohammed, had lost.
It has only manifested itself in prostitution, and in private cases of crime destroying progeny.
They thought that perhaps one day a progeny would evolve with the power to stand before the Plague.
In a few years there might be thousands of his progeny spreading out from this original hearthstone.
Dost envy Darby Dullman there with his Joan? A canting jay and a rheumeyed curdog is all their progeny.
It grew and fattened on hatred of its parents; it is the progeny of their lies and spiritual feebleness.
The sterility of first crosses and of their hybrid progeny has not been acquired through natural selection.
Everything they tried and did, not only failed abysmally: but guaranteed the extinction of their own progeny.
She had learned the Elders had invested heavily in this land, filling it with a vast amount of their progeny.
They are the progeny of those of my kind that fell from grace and worked evil with the creations of my Master.
They further held that the office of successorship…should be hereditary, limited to the progeny of Mohammed.
And they will than lose their unseen grip over their own progeny; and become unable to stop changes which they hate.
Generally, the most vigorous males, those which are best fitted for their places in nature, will leave most progeny.
But, in the bargain, the progeny of Ishmael would have retained the magical name of Islam for their worship of Hubal.
If you think about that for a moment, it could lead to the determination of the existence of progeny of Christ, if any.
No where does it say your progeny are entitled to Lionel Trains, Tonka Trunks, or Nintendo Sets under the Christmas tree.
Oh, no; oh, no! Not to theology alone, I assure you! Why, Socialism is the progeny of Romanism and of the Romanistic spirit.
Oh, what an eternal shame and won’t the Hindus of the day, and those who would follow, owe an apology to the progeny of those.
The thirty-two that we shall use to-night are its progeny; they are all entirely black, with the exception of a star upon the forehead.
He saw a land filled with his progeny, he saw a land of milk and honey, yes, but beyond that he saw a celestial city built by God Himself.
The most vigorous males, or those which have most successfully struggled with their conditions of life, will generally leave most progeny.
You may know, Jean Paul Satre feels that but for a few, men are mere fools, and it’s not hard to imagine how such shape up their progeny.
After all, Ishmael could have had the last laugh as his progeny planted Islam in the rich and fertile climates that were unjustly denied to him.

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