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TRNDThe Real Network-Dialogue (German word of mouth marketing company)
TRNDTrained
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They had recently seen a chosen army from that country, which, reverencing as a mother, they had blindly believed invincible--an army led by a chief who had been selected from a crowd of trained warriors, for his rare military endowments, disgracefully routed by a handful of French and Indians, and only saved from annihilation by the coolness and spirit of a Virginian boy, whose riper fame has since diffused itself, with the steady influence of moral truth, to the uttermost confines of Christendom.
While the regular and trained hirelings of the king marched with haughtiness to the right of the line, the less pretending colonists took their humbler position on its left, with a docility that long practice had rendered easy.
Fruit-trees were trained flat against the wall, and over some of the beds there were glass frames.
There were walls all round it also and trees trained against them, and there were bare fruit-trees growing in the winter-browned grass--but there was no green door to be seen anywhere.
But, like any circus athlete, you trained yourself out of the face-making period.
The last had remained longest because he had treated it with the greatest kindness, but run away it had before he had trained it to his purpose.
Further, Jerry's own hearing was trained to still greater acuteness.
Very early in my life, possibly because of the insatiable curiosity that was born in me, I came to dislike the performances of trained animals.
of us, under the easy circumstance of our own weakness, remains another way most easily to express ourselves for the purpose of eliminating from the world the cruelty that is practised by some few of us, for the entertainment of the rest of us, on the trained animals, who, after all, are only lesser animals than we on the round world's surface.
I could not have trained them better had I the ordering of it myself,"
So my own father trained me, and six days a week I held out his walking-staff till my arm was heavy as lead.
Yes, he said, I quite agree with you in thinking that our youth should be trained in music and on the grounds which you mention.