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Battle of Waterloo
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The Mill on the Floss
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  • They could exchange their views concerning the Duke of Wellington, whose conduct in the Catholic Question had thrown such an entirely new light on his character; and speak slightingly of his conduct at the battle of Waterloo, which he would never have won if there hadn’t been a great many Englishmen at his back, not to speak of Blucher and the Prussians, who, as Mr. Tulliver had heard from a person of particular knowledge in that matter, had come up in the very nick of time; though…

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  • Was it like this at the Battle of Waterloo?
    Terry Pratchett  --  Nation
  • At seven he painted the Battle of Waterloo with tiger-lily pollen and black-currant juice, in the absence of water-colours.
    Thomas Hardy  --  The Return of the Native

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