English words and Examples of Usage
use "empire" in a sentence
Storyline In 2020, the Cinor empire
was invading other countries and became a large empire
At the Heart of the empire
: Indians and the Colonial Encounter in Late-Victorian Britain She established the Mukti Mission in 1889 as a refuge for young widows who were abused by their
Guthrie - the man and his music - into the new century as vibrant
ly as the first day Woody hit the dusty roads."
He promoted the peaceful propagation of Islam and emphatically
argued against the necessity of Jihad in its form of physical fighting in this age.
Leibowitz suggested that Price made frequent trips to Chattanooga, which she also emphatically
Based on the limited pictorial record, the typical African practice of bending emphatically
at the waist and hips gave way to a more upright, European like style.
Though his daughter had desperate
ly wanted to be rescued, and her son accepted rescue, his niece and nephew most emphatically
did not want to leave the Indians.
At his first press conference, Durocher emphatically
ended the experiment by saying: On being named manager, he also declared, "I am not the manager of an eighth place team."
He wrote: "I go emphatically
, virtuously, and humanely, for a Theodemocracy, where God and the people hold the power to conduct the affairs of men in righteousness."
Highlights of the season was the last ever Manchester derby, which was won emphatically
On lap 58, Scheckter's lap time suddenly increased by two seconds, and as he passed the pits, he pointed emphatically
to the crew at his right front tire, which had developed a slow leak.
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