Who wrestled the crazy guy in a robe for the key?
Taran wrestled the barrel out and pried its top open.
Cats wrestled and played around them while D'Ryn's strict oversight of his and Gage's actions could not be shaken.
Xander launched forward, trying to shake free the hands that wrestled him away.
From that date forward two parties wrestled for supremacy in Europe, to which may be given the familiar names of Liberalism and Conservatism, the party of progress and the party of established institutions.
He caught a glimpse of Rissa through the melee and wrestled the horse for control.
Too much in awe of his father to make him a confidant, he wrestled in the gloomy solitude of his own mind.
sidekick role is wrestled to the fore by Law's refusal to play dumb.
O'Connor's most stubborn opponent was Muirchertach O'Lochlainn, with whom he wrestled for supremacy until the day of his death (1156).
Tacking and jibbing, we wrestled with opposing winds that drove us from side to side with impetuous fury.
Having once got hold they never let go, but struggled and wrestled and rolled on the chips incessantly.
The fragments in Origen represent Jacob as speaking and claiming to be "the first servant in God's presence," "the first-begotten of every creature animated by God," and declaring that the angel who wrestled with Jacob (and was identified by Christians with Christ) was only eighth in rank.
In Eleusis Theseus wrestled with Cercyon and killed him.
Commentary by the experience even if wrestled my clubs the once infamous.
The three made for interesting dinner table companions as they wrestled with ethical and moral dilemmas of early space exploration and first contact.
The two monsters battled it out on Mount Fuji and wrestled into the ocean.
At the funeral games of Pelias, she wrestled with Peleus, and won.
He wrestled with himself silently for a moment â€“ or maybe with the Oracle, who no doubt was able to talk to him mentally â€“ then stepped back and threw open his arms.
Lou, who is wearing a balaclava, is wrestled off by Alex.
Sir Julian Huxley, perhaps goaded by his repeated bouts of clinical depression, wrestled with humanism in increasing darkness of thought.
Globalization cannot be wrestled away from its creators and in the process humanized for those it presently terrorizes.
Dinner began with Shimoni oysters, served raw with lemon, followed by a vast crab, recently wrestled from a nearby mangrove swamp.
I see again the old Welsh milkman " wrestling " with me, they all wrestled with me, by prayer or exhortation.
In seconds, the figure was wrestled to the ground and was feeling the cold muzzle of Andrews dueling pistol against their temple.
ATI has wrestled the graphics performance crown away from Nvidia with its new Radeon X800 XT platinum Edition.
She had wrestled with the question of mutual self-respect between man and woman; with the limits of the compromises involved in marriage.
wrestled with the problem.
wrestled away from waiting families.
wrestled in prayer for the poor criminal, and to-day I plainly saw the answer returned.
At the Jabbok he wrestled with a divine being and prevailed (cf.
What could have been a stereotypical sidekick role is wrestled to the fore by Law 's refusal to play dumb.
Gordon, who had been sent to withdraw Egyptian troops, wrestled with the problem.
People flocked to see dissections of executed criminals, whose corpses had been surreptitiously yanked from scaffolds, or wrestled away from waiting families.
We had wrestled in prayer for the poor criminal, and to-day I plainly saw the answer returned.
Sally was kidnapped in 2005 by Eve Jacobsen while Summer Bay wrestled with a serial stalker.
While his relationship with his friends remained intact, Oliver's parents wrestled with their own bigotry where he was concerned.
Jane wrestled with telling Grayson the truth, but feared he would reject her.
Anyone who has wrestled to get a sports bra off after working out knows that front closures are the best for compression sports bras.
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