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1. He called it the best of republics.
2. The Jedi serve as the Republics.
3. The other Swiss republics have not.
4. The Italian republics seem to have begun it.
5. It was the period of the conflict of the republics of South.
6. The event of that day determined the fate of the two rival republics.
7. They’re the super police force of the various Republics in Atlantica.

8. Foreign Relations of the United States, 1961-1963: American Republics, Vol.
9. The Italian republics, the United Provinces of the Netherlands, are all in debt.
10. The August coup persuaded the non-Russian republics within the USSR that they wanted out.
11. Moreover, the cat so despised by Count Angles possessed the esteem of the republics of old.
12. Boblovia will be addressing the collection of free republics that we have here with us tonight.
13. History shows that Republics are always naval powers; and navies have preserved their existence.
14. This isn’t necessarily true in banana republics, even those close to the North or South Poles.
15. This time, however, Rome looted the Macedonian treasury and split the country into four republics.
16. Small republics have sometimes derived a considerable revenue from the profit of mercantile projects.
17. When the Soviet Union was established it was careful to label itself a Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
18. All the varieties in the fortune of those two famous republics may very well be accounted for from the same cause.
19. Republics, sir, ought never to be engaged in a foreign, offensive war; they are calculated only for defensive war.
20. The volume of Plutarch's Lives which I possessed contained the histories of the first founders of the ancient republics.
21. But all too often the new democratic politicians proved incapable of dealing with the serious problems the new republics faced.
22. They consisted, indeed, of a very different order of people from the first inhabitants of the ancient republics of Greece and Italy.
23. The Union of South Africa set up in 1910 out of the old British colonies and Boer republics that had fought in the Anglo–Boer War.
24. But in the ancient republics of Greece and Italy, every citizen was a soldier, and both served, and prepared himself for service, at his own expense.
25. I look out there and I see thousands of individual free and sovereign republics, each one of you exercising your personal initiative in being here.
26. Those republics encouraged the acquisition of those exercises, by bestowing little premiums and badges of distinction upon those who excelled in them.
27. So it was under Nero and Ghenghis Khan, and so it is to-day, even under the most liberal government in the Republics of the United States or of France.
28. In the republics of ancient Greece, every free citizen was instructed, under the direction of the public magistrate, in gymnastic exercises and in music.
29. In the republics of ancient Greece and Rome, each citizen, as long as he remained at home, seems to have practised his exercises, either separately and.
30. What Marx said would happen: Wearied by the brotherly slaughter, the workers of the industrial countries rise in revolution and establish workers’ republics.
31. I will first, sir, point you to the conflicts between the rival Republics of Rome and Carthage, and ask you to remember the agency that their vessels had in them.
32. This was the practice in the times of Nero and Genghis Khan, and is still in force even in the most liberal governments, like the republics of France and America.
33. In all the different republics of ancient Greece, to learn his military exercises, was a necessary part of education imposed by the state upon every free citizen.
34. The entire dynamic of Republics, and the Greek citizenship they were based upon; destroyed Greece so thoroughly, that it never again became a political power again.
35. Everyone who could not speak Afrikaans was worked out and the rank structure changed to that of the old Boer Republics until they came to their senses years later.
36. But the gentleman says, that our honor is not concerned; that Republics have none; that their honor is to pursue that course by which they can make the most money.
37. The fall of the Greek republics, and of the Persian empire was the effect of the irresistible superiority which a standing arm has over every other sort of militia.
38. When large diamond mines turned up in the Transvaal, one of the two Boer republics, the Boers feared that the British would try to take over – and they were right.
39. The de facto leader of the 222 Revolution, Emperor of Boblovia, Founding Father of the Confederation of Independent Individual Republics, among many other labels given him.
40. I consider them the bane of society and the danger of republics; but, sir, as peace, honorable peace, is not always at our command, they must be resorted to in time of war.

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