Guilt and need warred as her senses became saturated with his oak-amber scent, the warmth of his body at her back.
In the years 390-387 he warred against the Italiot cities in alliance with their Lucanian enemies.
His admiral George of Antioch, Greek by birth and creed, warred to settle alongside of them, all of whom were Latin as far as their official speech was concerned.
The latter warred in Palestine and in Nubia, and marked the south frontier of his kingdom by a statue and stelae at Semna beyond the Second Cataract.
succeeded as the husband of his half-sister, but reigned only two or three years, during which he warred in Nubia and placed Tethmosis III., his son by a concubine Esi, upon the throne beside him (c. 1500 B.C.).
He also warred in northern Syria and in Cush.
Eucratides (181 B.C.) is alleged by Justin to have warred in India.
Of greater validity was their second and great principle of union, namely, that they warred not with one another, nor with every one, but with a single and a common foe.
warred in Ethiopia, but his sway was long unquestioned from Napata to the Euphrates.
Emotions warred within her.
Her triumph warred with the instinct that warned her she was doomed if she agreed.
He went back to Sicily, warred with Carthage on his own account, and brought back the bones of the unburied Syracusans from Himera, but was still so dreaded that the people banished Diodes without restoring him.
Silesia, already more than half Germanized, had for generations been the battle-ground between the Luxemburgers and the Piasts, and was split up into innumerable principalities which warred incessantly upon their neighbours and each other.
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