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For Whom the Bell Tolls
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  • Help me, O Lord, to dominate the movement of my legs that I should not run when the bad moment comes.
  • He was looking the woman straight in the face and he was neither dominated by her nor seemed to be much affected by her.
  • It is a name I can never dominate.
  • But if I were in the ring with one now I do not know if I could dominate my legs.
  • I thought she took a beating up the hill but she was certainly dominating just now back there.
  • But the spreading was a domination, not of evil, but of searching.
  • All that is dominated.
  • They were from his sister and Robert Jordan learned that everything was all right in Tafalla, that father was well, that mother was the same as always but with certain complaints about her back, that she hoped he was well and not in too great danger and she was happy he was doing away with the Reds to liberate Spain from the domination of the Marxist hordes.
  • But suppose the fear he had to go through and dominate and just get rid of finally in four years of that and then in the Indian fighting, although in that, mostly, there couldn’t have been so much fear, had made a cobarde out of the other one the way second generation bullfighters almost always are?

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  • The defending World Champions dominated their unranked opponent.
  • She completely dominates her boyfriend.

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