Frenzied by defeat and their heaps of dead, the Soviet troops opened a tornado of steel and flame against the battered building.
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To the roaring of the waters, which had filled the gallery with awful reverberations, succeeded perfect peace.
Where is the hall, the decorations?
In November, 1888, another report of the Perkins Institution appeared with a second paper by Miss Sullivan, and then nothing official was published until November, 1891, when Mr. Anagnos issued the last Perkins Institution report containing anything about Helen Keller.
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The section of the building set aside for the use of the Emperor Napoleon was to have included an antechamber for the bodyguards; a salon for the aides-de-camp; a large salon and a smaller one for the Empress; hat and cloak rooms, etc.
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Eugene had thought the first two years he was in New York that he was really not sufficiently experienced or meritorious, and the previous year he had thought that he would hoard all that he was doing for his first appearance in some exhibition of his own, thinking the National Academy commonplace and retrogressive.
Got quite a menagerie here — dogs, cats, pigs, horses, even some llamas.
After them march the guilds and trades and trainbands with flying colours: coopers, bird fanciers, millwrights, newspaper canvassers, law scriveners, masseurs, vintners, trussmakers, chimneysweeps, lard refiners, tabinet and poplin weavers, farriers, Italian warehousemen, church decorators, bootjack manufacturers, undertakers, silk mercers, lapidaries, salesmasters, corkcutters, assessors of fire losses, dyers and cleaners, export bottlers, fellmongers, ticketwriters, heraldic seal engravers, horse repository hands, bullion brokers, cricket and archery outfitters, riddlemakers, egg and potato factors, hosiers and glovers, plumbing contractors.
There was plenty of wood in the storehouse cut into planks, and little by little they completed their stock of furniture.
It was in the court outside the treasury that my cousin and I met, to enforce the laws of discipline on our own soldiers.
Just then we went around the highest ridge of these rocky foothills that supported the vault.