CONQUEST


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CONQUESTConcurrent Queries over Space and Time (data mining)
CONQUESTComputerized Needs-Oriented Quality Measurement Evaluation System
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Hannibal had carried her arms into the heart of Italy and to the gates of Rome, before Scipio, in turn, gave him an overthrow in the territories of Carthage, and made a conquest of the commonwealth.
What, my friends, is the conquest of one nation by another?
General Guph thought the Whimsies would be a great help to the Nomes in the conquest of Oz, for under his leadership they could be induced to fight as long so they could stand up.
Then the bands played their most stirring music while Glinda's army marched into the city, and heralds proclaimed the conquest of the audacious Jinjur and the accession of the beautiful Princess Ozma to the throne of her royal ancestors.
Well, I should think one conquest would be enough; and too much, unless the subjugation were mutual.
And of the three it was only the English conquest that had lasting effects.
men, waited the word to cross over the border and begin the conquest of Lower California.
All must hope that some day America would penetrate the deepest secrets of that mysterious orb; and some even seemed to fear lest its conquest should not sensibly derange the equilibrium of Europe.
The Britons and the Anglo-Saxon Period, from the beginning to the Norman Conquest in 1066 A.
We were each attached to a party sent out by the general's orders to prevent the plunder and confusion which followed our conquest.
How many conquests did the Romans and others make in the characters of allies, and what innovations did they under the same character introduce into the governments of those whom they pretended to protect.
Theresa's passionate, ideal nature demanded an epic life: what were many-volumed romances of chivalry and the social conquests of a brilliant girl to her?