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ÅSÅsane Fotball (Norwegian football club)
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I could have gone on my knees to her and begged her forgiveness--or at least I could have, had I not been Anglo-Saxon.
 Among the Anglo-Saxon a subject conceiving himself wronged by the
Now, in Anglo-Saxon poetry the lines were divided into two half- lines.
But two of the occupations in which people may indulge on week days are regarded as harmless on Sunday by the obstinately anti-Christian tone of feeling which prevails in this matter among the Anglo-Saxon race.
But knowing the bold ingenuity of the Anglo-Saxon race, no one would be astonished if the Americans seek to make some use of President Barbicane's attempt.
If you find that the poets of the Anglo-Saxon 'Beowulf' have given a clear and interesting picture of the life of our barbarous ancestors of the sixth or seventh century A.
He's an Anglo-Saxon Messenger-- and those are Anglo-Saxon attitudes.
Yet, palpitating and real, shimmering in the sun-flashed dust of ten thousand hoofs, she saw pass, from East to West, across a continent, the great hegira of the land-hungry Anglo-Saxon.
After all," Lady Carey sighed, throwing down a racing calendar and lighting a cigarette, "London is the only thoroughly civilized Anglo-Saxon capital in the world.
At the same time exhibiting those articles, and penetrating him with a sense of the appalling difficulties of the Anglo-Saxon tongue.
The savage man, and the savage beast, hunger, thirst, fatigue, and disease -- every impediment which Nature could place in the way, had all been overcome with Anglo-Saxon tenacity.
We shook hands in silence, and not without the exhibition of as much emotion as Anglo-Saxons are wont to show.