English words and Examples of Usage
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Meanwhile Tannis's troops have surrounded the city, and he has taken Bedloe's child as a hostage
Abe and John accused Vivian of helping Stefano escape and of knowing his whereabouts, for he was still at large and with Marlena as hostage
After she holds Stark hostage
during the VIP's visit, inviting the visitor to a state dinner at his or her mansion or palace, or some other equally hospitable
The village is located in a valley crossed by the Rio Chone being the largest watershed in the province.This canton is dynamic, hospitable
and is home to beautiful women and men responsible aspiration being deployed in academic instruction.
The people of Waisa are extremely hospitable
I hope these aspirations are accessible to everybody, and hospitable
to other cultures, other ideas, alongside my own.
It is an enchanted and highly technologically-advanced universe of hospitable plane
ts populated by fairies, witches, heroes, and monsters where everyone has magic powers.
Access to the park by tourists improved in the early years of the park, and conditions in the Valley were made more hospitable
The King of Cochin, as well as the natives in Kerala, were very hospitable
and accommodating towards Apostle Thomas and the visitors.
In Fedje Christensen, 1999:648 The coastal region was quite hospitable
by 13,000 b.p. to peoples with watercraft and a maritime adaptation.
All sort of cuisines are available mostly as street food due to rich and hospitable
culture of Varanasi.
reception which has been given to the Grand Duke is a proof that on our side we share the wishes of that Government.
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