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use "retaliate" in a sentence

according to his McClatchy interviewer Taj Mohammed tried to retaliate: "I got into fights (with guards) because of bad meals, because of them abusing the Quran, because they didn't give us enough time in the shower," Mohammed said.

Audiences responded by throwing beer glasses
on a rhythmic form as well as a developing pattern, but retain their chaotic and unpredictable character.

The GAA Book of Lists p. 406 Dublin, as reigning champions, entered the centenary year championship of 1984 as favourites to retain the All-Ireland title.

Temecula history According to the city website, "Temecula is the only city in California to still retain its original Indian name".

The newer are those of the LFD style and retain the straight-side feature with slight design modifications specified by LMEMS.

In the early years, it was easier for the defending champions to retain the title because they would automatically enter the competition in the semi-final round or the second stage of the tournament.

The project will retain the outlook of the Magistracy.

In 2000 Cork were the favourites to retain their All-Ireland title.

Grene (2001), p. 154. Richard is portrayed as suffering a pang of conscience, but as he speaks he regains his confidence and asserts that he will be evil, if such needed to retain his crown.

In some, most traces of previous commercial establishment are all but obliterated, but others still retain recognizable evidence of a time before automobiles, when certain necessities had to be within a few miles.

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