But the land has lost its character; it is becoming the plaything of powers, instead of the meeting-place of nations.
You have my plaything.
In fact, from the time of Wathiq, the Caliphate became the plaything of the Turkish guard, and its decline was continuous.
Had his actions truly set her on this path to end up as the plaything of a creature with no capacity for mercy?
A pretty leafy shrub is got ready to make a " plaything " for the seed.
I ended up Death's plaything because she pursued me. She was beautiful, and I had eternity alone ahead of me.
When she didn't return, he'd find a new plaything.
detritus of war has become a plaything for generations of children.
Is the Internet itself set to become the plaything of hidden agencies?
Without the fulfillment of this task the spread of radio will remain a plaything for the privileged circles of the townspeople.
These attributes make a bike that's more than a mere plaything.
She was taken to a military camp in Ituri where soldiers held her captive as a sexual plaything for seven months.
Mrs Bryant's Pleasure - 1860 This house is a good example of a dolls ' house which was not a child's plaything.
It is not a sport - not a sport that viewers can play anyway - but an advertising opportunity or rich man's plaything.
HULA HOOP This famous plaything - a hoop you can twirl around the waist - goes back to ancient Egypt.
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