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insurgent
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Moby Dick
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  • Fearing in his heart lest this might prove but too true, the captain a little desisted, but still commanded the insurgents instantly to return to their duty.
  • All night a wide-awake watch was kept by all the officers, forward and aft, especially about the forecastle scuttle and fore hatchway; at which last place it was feared the insurgents might emerge, after breaking through the bulkhead below.

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  • The insurgents in Iraq are fighting against the new Iraqi government.
  • "Come on, Insurgent," he says with a wink." ... He opens the bag he was sitting with. It is full of blue clothes. He sorts through them, tossing garments to Christina and me. I get a bright blue T-shirt and a pair of blue jeans.
    Veronica Roth  --  Insurgent

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