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  • I have heard that you are an excellent guerilla leader, that you are loyal to the republic...
  • How are you and how is everything in the Republic?
  • Both with me and with the Republic.
  • Are there not homes to care for such as her under the Republic?
  • "I am for the Republic," the woman of Pablo said happily.
  • And the Republic is the bridge.
  • Very loyal to the Republic.
  • Only he and the woman really believe in the Republic as far as I can see; but it is too early to know that yet.
  • The flag of the Republic with the purple added we call blood, pus and permanganate.
  • And is thy father still active in the Republic?
  • It seems that the Republic is preparing an offensive.
  • That the Republic is preparing an offensive.
  • Since some time they speak of an offensive by the Republic in these parts.
  • By the Republic or by the Fascists?
  • "And with this we will save the Republic," the woman said.
  • I put great illusion in the Republic.
  • I believe firmly in the Republic and I have faith.
  • She had put that away with all the other things that might do ill to the Republic.
  • From this boy coming for the bridges obviously the Republic is preparing an offensive.
  • I want to go to the Republic.
  • But I have such a desire to go to the Republic.
  • "To go to the Republic," El Sordo said.
  • Let us win this and it will all be Republic.
  • By the Republic.
  • In the Republic?
  • Just then, one of the drunkards got to his feet and raised both arms with his fists clenched over his head and shouted, ’Long live Anarchy and Liberty and I obscenity in the milk of the Republic!’
  • If the Republic lost it would be impossible for those who believed in it to live in Spain.
  • I have always been for the Republic.
  • But one thing I have that no man nor any God can take from me and that is that I have worked well for the Republic.
  • That is done under the Republic.
  • Thus should it be under the Republic.
  • With the Red star of the army and in favor of the Republic.
  • I believe we are justified in believing that he constitutes a danger to the Republic
  • That in the Republic they no longer say Comrade but Senor and Senora.
  • But if we do not win this war there will be no revolution nor any Republic nor any thou nor any me nor anything but the most grand carajo.
  • Thus we will never have a Republic.
  • And what you will be like or just exactly what you will be suited for when you leave the service of the Republic is, to me, he thought, extremely doubtful.
  • Through the meal he had never unbuttoned his sheepskin coat and he had been carefully polite, careful to turn his head to hear and had returned to speaking his broken Spanish, asking Robert Jordan about conditions in the Republic politely; but it was obvious he wanted to be rid of them.
  • He believed in the Republic as a form of government but the Republic would have to get rid of all of that bunch of horse thieves that brought it to the pass it was in when the rebellion started.
  • He believed in the Republic as a form of government but the Republic would have to get rid of all of that bunch of horse thieves that brought it to the pass it was in when the rebellion started.
  • He fought now in this war because it had started in a country that he loved and he believed in the Republic and that if it were destroyed life would be unbearable for all those people who believed in it.
  • It was a thing of great ugliness, but I had thought if this is how it must be, this is how it must be, and at least there was no cruelty, only the depriving of life which, as we all have learned in these years, is a thing of ugliness but also a necessity to do if we are to win, and to preserve the Republic.
  • Who beside you has been through the lines to the side of the Republic?
  • I have failed thee and I have failed the Republic.
  • There was the little square of folded silk with the colors of the Republic and the seal of the S. I. M. in the center.
  • "All of you should come in to the Republic and join the army," the officer said.
  • He, Andres, was without politics except that he was for the Republic.
  • Those are from the Republic.
  • Here we have the army of the Republic.
  • He was one with the Ingles still working under the bridge and he was one with all of the battle and with the Republic.
  • The Republic is one thing and we must win is another thing.
  • Nor will it be against the Republic.
  • "I think you would do better in the Republic," Robert Jordan said.
  • He had never seen an offensive or any of the preparations for one before and as they rode up the road he marvelled at the size and power of this army that the Republic had built.
  • It came now suddenly and she put it away from her and would not let it touch her, neither her nor the Republic, and she said, "Now we will eat.
  • To operate from there would be better than returning to the Republic," Robert Jordan said.
  • He could spit actual saliva which, in such a circumstance, as you should know, Ingles, is very rare and he said, (Arriba Espana! Down with the miscalled Republic and I obscenity in the milk of your fathers.’
  • "For me," Agustan said, "everything can be done under the Republic.
  • Finally she stopped cursing, reached for the water jug, tipped it up and took a drink and said, calmly, "Then just shut up about what we are to do afterwards, will you, Ingles? You go back to the Republic and you take your piece with you and leave us others alone here to decide what part of these hills we’ll die in.
  • Take thy little cropped-headed whore and go back to the Republic but do not shut the door on others who are not foreigners and who loved the Republic when thou wert wiping thy mother’s milk off thy chin.
  • Take thy little cropped-headed whore and go back to the Republic but do not shut the door on others who are not foreigners and who loved the Republic when thou wert wiping thy mother’s milk off thy chin.

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  • The United States and each of its states are republics.
  • A republic is a particular type of democracy.

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