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No, he would be a soldier, and return after long years, all war-worn and illustrious.
In the intervals they wear no insignia, their war-worn harness and grim weapons being sufficient to attest their calling.
It was a good show, and as stately and complex as guard-mount and the trooping of the colors; and it had its own special music, composed for the occasion by the bandmaster of the Seventh; and the child was as serious as the most serious war-worn soldier of them all; and finally when they throned her upon the shoulder of the oldest veteran, and pronounced her "well and truly adopted," and the bands struck up and all saluted and she saluted in return, it was better and more moving than any kindred thing I have seen on the stage, because stage things are make-believe, but this was real and the players' hearts were in it.
His coat was of fustian and was stained with rust from his armor, for he had just come back from fighting, and was still clad in his war-worn clothes.
George in red upon the centre covered his broad breast, while a sprig of new-plucked broom at the side of his head-gear gave a touch of gayety and grace to his grim, war-worn equipment.
Around and behind him were people in plain civic dresses, and two or three war-worn veterans, evidently officers of rank, arrayed in a uniform of blue and buff.
Instead of the conventional rack of war-worn bats, a carved oak bookcase, with every shelf in a litter, filled the better part of one wall; and where I looked for cricketing groups, I found reproductions of such works as "Love and Death" and "The Blessed Damozel," in dusty frames and different parallels.
Since mid-December, Ukraine's armed forces have edged farther into parts of the gray zone in or near the war-worn cities of Avdiivka, Debaltseve, Dokuchaievsk, Horlivka, and Mariupol, shrinking the space between them and the separatist fighters.
You must have an antidote to the war-worn feeling that is in all of us.
Perhaps regarded as too lightweight by modern, war-worn audiences, performances of the operas became more and more sporadic.
CLOONEY said he felt duty-bound to indulge in charity work in war-worn sudan after feeling disgusted with the extravagance of the oscar campaigns.
Washington, July 27 (ANI): George Clooney feels duty-bound to indulge in charity work in war-worn Sudan, after feeling disgusted with the extravagance of the Oscar campaigns.
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