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broadsides Sentence Examples

  • The allies, who were all closely engaged, were anchored among their enemies, and the result was obtained by their heavier broadsides and their better gunnery.

  • Passing the first of these vessels with terrific broadsides, the "Merrimac" rammed the "Cumberland" and then turned her fire again on the "Congress," which in an attempt to escape ran aground and was there under fire from three other Confederate gun-boats which had meanwhile joined the "Merrimac."

  • It was not to his paintings, however, that he owed his greatest influence, but to the powerful impulse he gave to the illustration of books and broadsides by wood-engravings.

  • Most of these artists were designers for books and broadsides by calling, painters only on occasion, but a few of them did nothing for the engravers.

  • The Lollard literature was very widely circulated - books by Wycliffe and Hereford and tracts and broadsides - in spite of many edicts proscribing it.

  • Of more modern versions, O'Lochlainn does have a text - in line with Irish broadsides.

  • Normally, a ship of the line would have been able to sink a frigate with a very few broadsides.

  • Up until June 2001 we have found three ballads and three criminal broadsides which are dedicated to William Palmer.

  • An index of names holds entries for all authors and performers named on the ballad broadsides.

  • Normally, a ship of the line would have been able to sink a frigate with a very few broadsides.

  • hornpipe tune, which was printed in broadsides, with words by Mr. Durden.

  • woodcut images that frequently adorn printed broadsides were often recycled, wandering somewhat indiscriminately from one ballad to another.

  • The allies, who were all closely engaged, were anchored among their enemies, and the result was obtained by their heavier broadsides and their better gunnery.

  • Passing the first of these vessels with terrific broadsides, the "Merrimac" rammed the "Cumberland" and then turned her fire again on the "Congress," which in an attempt to escape ran aground and was there under fire from three other Confederate gun-boats which had meanwhile joined the "Merrimac."

  • It was not to his paintings, however, that he owed his greatest influence, but to the powerful impulse he gave to the illustration of books and broadsides by wood-engravings.

  • Most of these artists were designers for books and broadsides by calling, painters only on occasion, but a few of them did nothing for the engravers.

  • The Lollard literature was very widely circulated - books by Wycliffe and Hereford and tracts and broadsides - in spite of many edicts proscribing it.

  • The woodcut images that frequently adorn printed broadsides were often recycled, wandering somewhat indiscriminately from one ballad to another.

  • The game was picked up by Milton Bradley which renamed the game "Broadsides, the Game of Naval Strategy" and published it as a paper game in 1943.

  • However, Von Wickler never patented the game and in 1931, the Milton Bradley Company patented and published the game under the name "Broadsides, the Game of Naval Strategy".

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