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King's procureur M. Ethys de Corny and officials are there; the Cure of Saint-Etienne du M.nt marches unpacific, at the head of his militant Parish; the Clerks of the
The French Revolution Thomas Carlyle 1838
Thus were my suggestions ” principally that the history of the Pacific would surely have been less unpacific if Japan had been left to open on its own, in keeping with its wants and wishes ” stretched to bÃªtise.
The Unpacific Pacific Feifer, George 2008
Faust. xxii, 74): "The passion for inflicting harm, the cruel thirst for vengeance, an unpacific and relentless spirit, the fever of revolt, the lust of power, and such like things, all these are rightly condemned in war."
Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae) Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province Aquinas Thomas
"In those circumstances, Monsieur, you can doubtless understand that our reply to any protests on the part of England will be of an unpacific nature.
A Maker of History 1906
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