Just then some masks from outside invaded
the cafe, dancing hand in hand in a single file led by a burly man with a cardboard nose.
No State shall, without the Consent of Congress, lay any Duty of Tonnage, keep Troops, or Ships of War in time of Peace, enter into any Agreement or Compact with another State, or with a foreign Power, or engage in War, unless actually invaded
, or in such imminent Danger as will not admit of delay.
I thought of the Indian superstition of the Curupuri--the dreadful, lurking spirit of the woods--and I could have imagined that his terrible presence haunted those who had invaded
his most remote and sacred retreat.
For this legend of the gold he had left Grossenmark and invaded
Then one day a peculiar quality invaded
the air of this open country.
Near it are the ruins of a dockyard where Caesar repaired his ships and loaded them with grain when he invaded
Britain, fifty years before the Christian era.
I am sorry when my independence is invaded
, or when a gift comes from such as do not know my spirit, and so the act is not supported; and if the gift pleases me overmuch, then I should be ashamed that the donor should read my heart, and see that I love his commodity, and not him.
The table-cloth represented the invaded
country, and round it they built barricades of baskets, set up the wine bottles in a rampart, made fortifications of bread and dug fosses of salt.
The way we had treated Saber-Tooth was the way we treated all animals that invaded
the turmoil and tumble of the down-town streets and learned to breathe maledictory defiance at the police who occasionally used to climb up, drag him from his perch and beat him.
HAVING heard that the State was about to be invaded
by a hostile army, a War-horse belonging to a Colonel of the Militia offered his services to a passing Miller.
He had reached the neutral ground upon the outskirts of the town, which was neither town nor country, and yet was either spoiled, when his ears were invaded
by the sound of music.