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(RQ:Kyd Spanish Tragedie)
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-3)
(RQ:Shakespeare Richard 3 Q1)
(RQ:Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet Q1-2)
(RQ:Bacon Learning)'s&93; ''Anticato'', it may eaſily appeare that he did aſpire as vvell to victorie of vvit, as victory of vvarre: (..)
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(RQ:Pepys Diary) Down to the office, and there wrote letters to and again about this good newes of our victory, and so by water home late.
(RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)
(RQ:Defoe Crusoe 2) I thought he vvas not a Monarch only, but a great Conqueror; for that he that has got a Victory over his ovvn exorbitant Deſires, and has the abſolute Dominion over himſelf, vvhose Reaſon entirely governs his VVill, is certainly greater than he that conquers a City.
(RQ:Robertson Charles 5)
(RQ:Gibbon Roman Empire)'s&93; conſtant theme, that national vice and ruin are inſeparably connected; that victory is the fruit of moral as vvell as military virtue; and that the prince, and even the people, are reſponſible for the crimes vvhich they neglect to puniſh.
(RQ:Austen Pride and Prejudice)
(RQ:Scott Canongate 2)
(RQ:Macaulay History of England)
(quote-web)|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20220813013211/http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/15693231|date=12 November 2011|passage=England will not be catapulted among the favourites for Euro 2012 as a result of this win, but no victory against Spain is earned easily and it is right they take great heart from their efforts as they now prepare to play national football team|Sweden at Wembley on Tuesday.
(RQ:Thackeray Napoleon) statues of plaster representing nymphs, triumphs, victories, and other female personages painted in oil so as to represent marble; real marble could have had no better effect, and the appearance of the whole was lively and picturesque in the extreme.
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(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-1)
(RQ:Shelley Revolt of Islam)
(quote-book)|location=London|publisher=(...) Edward Griffin and are to be sold by Henry Shephard(nb...)|year=1639|section=2nd part|page=245|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=eC1kAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA245|oclc=40417285|passage=When ſin got the upper hand of us, and vvee victoried by them; vve vvere then their ſervants, their ſlave: vvhen vvee overcome and have victoried them; let us make them our ſlaves perpetually; let us bind them in chaines, caſt them in priſon, and for ever utterly deſtroy their evill povver: (..)
(RQ:Waterhouse Fortescutus Illustratus)