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1 We battled with our enemies and defeated them.
2 Your character is already a part of the world around them; they have friends, enemies, and a past.
3 Our duty is to defend the country against its enemies.
4 We must love our enemies. We must pray for those who have hurt us.
5 They are the enemies of our children," an elderly farmer says.
6 Their enemies also oppressed them, and they were brought into subjection under their hand.
7 wild creatures, such as rats and rabbits-are they our friends or our enemies?
8 The enemies' defences were softened up after bombing.
9 Settlers are neither the enemies of the people, nor of peace, " he said. "They are our brothers and sisters.
10 But crocodiles have many enemies of their own.
11 Containment" might work in Iran, but what about Saudi Arabia or Pakistan, which occupy a shadowy world between friends and enemies?
12 Wasps, the natural enemies of worms, were drawn by the odour to the plant where they either devoured the worm or injected it with eggs that later killed it.
13 One is counterterrorism (CT), championed by the vice-president, Joe Biden, which would give up trying to build a state and concentrate on killing enemies.
14 That would have anchored enormous thigh muscles, which may have been used to deliver powerful kicks to raptors and other enemies.
15 my enemies will be ashamed and dismayed; they will turn back in sudden disgrace.
16 We have enemies for whom no attack is too cruel, and no innocent life safe and who would, if they could, strike us with the world's most terrible weapons.
17 When our enemies heard that we were building a wall to make us safe from them, they mocked us.
18 Our enemies were conspiring against us and they were thinking of attacking us while we were still building our wall.
19 Israel has deterred its enemies mainly by relying on a mighty conventional army to react with much greater force to any provocation.
20 Rescue me from my enemies, o Lord, for I hide myself in you.
21 These objects can be living enemies, or you can attach a car to a helicopter and fly it around.
22 inscriptions carved on stelae by both the Nubians and their enemies, it is possible to map out these rulers’ vast footprint on the continent.
23 She was patient - a martyr, indeed - but she forbore to pray for her enemies; lest, in spite of her forgiving aspirations, the words of the blessing should stubbornly twist themselves into a curse.
24 We must not be enemies. Though passion may have strained, it must not break our bonds of affection.
25 They serve as a recruitment and propaganda tool for terrorists. They increase the will of our enemies to fight against us, and endanger our troops when they are captured.
26 Some posters evoked images of the brutality of our foreign enemies, others suggested the American way of life was in jeopardy.
27 Yelling, the children jab their fists in unison at imagined enemies.
28 In Libya, the enemies of our enemy may not be our friends.
29 of course, gossiping with someone signifies that they are your confidante or friend - we do not gossip with our enemies.
30 failure to punish almost anyone for the serious crimes Mr Yushchenko had denounced, or to overhaul the courts, led to disillusion among his supporters and boldness among his enemies.