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use "obelisk" in a sentence

The Black obelisk, which has the approximate look of a Black Cannon, also functions like a Black Crystal.

The verticality became more pronounced with the construction of obelisk like Summit Minar in 1977 acquiring the most prominent position of the British
the Tower, and Seymour was announced as Protector.

Ayáz took the knife from his hands with an obeisance, and, having enquired where he should cut them, was bidden to cut them in the middle.

When Philip appeared, Quijada told Jeromín to dismount and make proper obeisance to his king.

They had to pay obeisance (JADAU) whosoever they might be.

Everyone pays obeisance to the former and the latter is usually honored in the breach.

According to Bhai Mani Singh, Sikhan di Bhagat Mala, Bura went up to him and, making obeisance with a bowl of milk as his offering, prayed to him in this manner: "O sustainer of the poor!

Mata‘afa's actions later in his term, however, reveal that his declared obeisance to Germany was probably a front for underlying motives and sentiments (the type of togafiti deception that Solf frequently condemned).

The Veerakumaras pay their obeisance to her and escort her to the Dharmaraya Swamy Temple.

The chief lady should offer to the master an unmarred sacred skull filled with liquor, and having made obeisance to him, she should drink it herself.

At the left, three negroid men (probably Nubians) do obeisance to Sebekhotep and (by inference) to the king, and they are followed by three more men carrying plates of gold with interlinked rings of gold over their arms.

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