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Rembrandt's chef-d'oeuvre in modern times has come to epitomise Dutch national pride.
By this offer, I hope it will clearly appear where the guilt will lie, if innocent persons should come to suffer with the nocent.
Only now, when we were able to talk frankly and at length, did I come to realize how profoundly it had affected him.
She has come to be regarded as an avatar of charity and concern for the poor.
They on the hill, which were not yet come to blows, perceiving the fewness of their enemies, came down amain.
You've got to come to Chicago to meet Duell, and see Wilson, who's going to angel the show.
Philip had come to power in 1180 and he rapidly demonstrated that he could be an assertive, calculating and manipulative political leader.
I'm telling you our arrival time on the assumption that you will check to see whether or not our flight is on time before you come to the airport.
Christianity, not Islam, was the first of the Abrahamic cults to come to the Sudan.
Yet one must be careful not to come to the conclusion that Akiva used only esoteric ways of interpreting the Torah.
Filmmakers have come to Prague to shoot scenery no longer found in Berlin, Paris and Vienna.
Although he asked the Dauphin to come to his deathbed, Louis refused, instead waiting at Avesnes, in Burgundy, for his father to die.
He is said to have received a message from Bedford that he had come to drink with him and prayed for an early meeting.
Douglas replied that having failed to find the duke in England he had come to seek him in France.
The crown had come to his family through a woman, and would be lost from his family through a woman.
Some men were sent ashore to rebuild the huts, which caused others to complain that they had come to join a settlement, not build one.
It is estimated that over half a million Polish people have come to work in the United Kingdom from Poland.
The Annual Tartan Week celebrations come to life every April with the largest celebration taking place in New York City.
Nevertheless, the centre has come to enjoy cordial relationships with the local community.
Vallenato, which emerged in the early twentieth century in a city known as Valledupar, has come to symbolize the folk music of Colombia.
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