Dirk sentence example

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  • Rissa removed a dirk and slit open her palm, displaying it to him.
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  • In 1132 they rose in insurrection under the leadership of Dirk's own brother, Floris the Black.
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  • Armed only with a Dirk he slew the beast.
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  • The friend, however, lost his nerve and did not throw the dirk.
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  • The natives of the south of Persia and servants carry a kammah, or dirk.
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  • Duke Godfrey G dfrey o invaded Dirk's lands with a large army, but they were Lorraine.
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  • Dirk has been residing in Berlin for the last two years where he works for the labels monika enterprise and international dj gigolos.
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  • The Governor's son had scrambled up beside his father, flashing a quick grin over his shoulder at Dirk.
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  • The title count of Holland appears to have been first borne by the Frisian count Dirk III., who founded Dordrecht (about 1015) and made it his residence (see below).
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  • He earned a reported $8,000,000 for his role of Dirk Pitt in the action/adventure film Sahara.
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  • The best varieties are Burbidgei (type), Agnes Barr, Beatrice Heseltine, Baroness Heath, Constance, Crown Princess, Ellen Barr, John Bain, Little Dirk, Model, Mrs Krelage, and Mary.
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  • Combat choices are: Sword, Flail, Dirk, Claymore and Bow.
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  • You took on the role of the principle character, Dirk.
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  • Despite lasting only one season over twenty years before, fans of the original series continued to hope that a new series would revisit the beloved characters played by actors like Lorne Greene, Richard Hatch and Dirk Benedict.
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  • Lt. Starbuck - Beyond the obvious gender differences, Katee Sackhoff's Starbuck was actually darker and far less optimistic than Dirk Benedict's rakish hero.
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  • At the close of the, 4th century the heirs of the Koevorden and van den Hove families sold their rights, first to the town, and then to the bishop. A struggle followed, in which the city was temporarily worsted; but in 1440 Bishop Dirk II.
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  • Dordrecht was founded by Count Dirk III.
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  • In 922 Charles the Simple gave in full possession to a count in Frisia, Dirk by name (a shortened form of Diederic, Latin Theodoricus), "the church of Egmont with all that belonged to it from Swithardeshage to Kinhem."
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  • This man, usually known as Dirk I., died about 939 and was succeeded by his son of the same name.
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  • Among the records of the abbey of Egmont is a document by which the emperor Arnulf gave to a certain count Gerolf the same land "between Swithardeshage and Kinhem," afterwards held by Dirk I.
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  • But no sooner was he arrived at man's estate than Dirk turned upon his enemies with courage and vigour.
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  • The result was that Dirk was not merely confirmed in his possession of Dordrecht and the Merweda Bushland (the later Holland) but also of the territory of a vassal of the Utrecht see, Dirk Bavo by name, which he conquered.
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  • Having thus established his rule in the south, Dirk next proceeded to bring into subjection the Frisians in the north.
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  • In his later years Dirk went upon a pilgrimage to the Holy Land from which he returned in 1034; and ruled in peace until his death in 1039.
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  • His son, Dirk IV., was one of the most enterprising of his warlike and strenuous race.
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  • Dirk allied himself with Godfrey the Bearded of Lorraine, who was at war with the emperor, and his territory was invaded by a powerful imperial fleet and army (1047).
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  • But Dirk entrenched himself in his stronghold at Vlaardingen, and when winter came on he surrounded and cut off with his light boats a number of the enemy's ships, and destroyed a large part of their army as they made their way amidst the marches, which impeded their retreat.
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  • Dirk offered a stout resistance, but, according to the most trustworthy account, was enticed into an ambuscade and was killed in the fight (1049).
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  • An examination of these documents shows the possessions of Dirk as in Westflinge et circa oras Rheni, i.e.
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  • Robert thus, in his own right and that of Dirk, was ruler of all Frisia (Zeeland), and thus became known among his Flemish countrymen as Robert the Frisian.
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  • Dirk V., now grown to man's estate, was not slow to take advantage of the favourable juncture.
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  • After his death (1122) his widow, Petronilla of Saxony, Floris governed in the name of Dirk VI., who was a minor.
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  • These Frisians proved very troublesome subjects to Dirk VI.
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  • The Frisian peasants and fisher folk loved their independence, and were equally refractory to the rule of any distant overlord, whether count or bishop. Dirk VI.
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  • His son, Dirk VII., had a stormy, but on the whole successful reign.
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  • In 1202, however, Dirk was defeated and taken prisoner by the duke of Brabant, and had to purchase peace on humiliating terms. He only survived his defeat a short time and died early in 1204, leaving as his only issue a daughter, Ada, 17 years of age.
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  • It had been the intention of Dirk VII.
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  • Europe has perhaps never seen an abler series of princes than these fourteen lineal descendants of Dirk I.
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  • In undress naval uniform, with a dirk, and holding his cap under his arm, he handed Kutuzov a garrison report and the keys of the town.
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  • In 1616 Dirk Hartog discovered the island bearing his name.
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  • Among those slain were Piet Uys and his son Dirk, aged 15, who rode by his side.
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  • He appeared to a friend and said that he would come again, when the friend must throw a dirk over his shoulder and he would return to this world.
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  • Other ancient towns are Zandpoort, Bakenes, Haarlem and Bennebroek, once the seat of a nunnery removed hither from Egmond by Dirk II.
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