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The Zhengtong Emperor's capture directly caused Jurchen guards to go out of control.
In some instances the match would also go out, so both ends of the match were kept lit.
As with all biological classifications of plants, this list can go out of date at a moment's notice.
Before taking office, he spent some time secluded in a cave, without women, forbidden to eat salt, or to go out during daylight.
Little trace of feeling or originality remained to be lamented when, at the end of the eighteenth century, the Delftware potteries began to go out of business.
One perhaps apocryphal story told of a captain taking a ship full of Jews to the Thames, en route to France, while the tide was low, and convincing them to go out for a walk with him.
Balls Pond Road in Highbury, London was named after an establishment run by Mr Ball that had a pond out the back filled with ducks, where drinkers could, for a certain fee, go out and take their chance at shooting the creatures.
I intended to go out and celebrate anyway — win or lose — and I will probably still go out with some group to a disco.
“I strongly encourage kids to do industry induction programs, where young people have the opportunity to go out and learn from people within that industry.
ëëKnowing Darren was under age, I got him to put the jumper on and told him to go out and experience what riding trackwork was like.
In the season there are boats that go out from Huskisson on Jervis Bay and on that occasion, apart from getting pix of some of them breaching.
We've got no Test representatives, so we just go out and play without fear.