References in classic literature ?
For this is the day we are to conquer His Majesty the Scarecrow, and wrest from him the throne.
May I ask why you wish to conquer His Majesty the Scarecrow?
So we intend to conquer the City and run the government to suit ourselves.
Hence the saying: One may know how to conquer without being able to do it.
Neither is it the acme of excellence if you fight and conquer and the whole Empire says, "Well done
Having decided to conquer the Land of Oz and to destroy the Emerald City and enslave all its people, King Roquat the Red kept planning ways to do this dreadful thing, and the more he planned the more he believed he would be able to accomplish it.
When you get there I want you to conquer the Oz people, destroy them and their city, and bring all their gold and silver and precious stones back to my cavern.
Make me your General and I'll promise to conquer and destroy the Oz people.
When the Ass persisted in his effort, the man let him go and said, "Conquer, but conquer to your cost.
Now you know that in 1066 the great Duke William came sailing over the sea to conquer England, and with him came more soldiers from Brittany than from any other land.
First conquer, then reckon up the spoils, Umslopogaas.
Therefore, Mouth of Dingaan, you will know that this is no easy task which Bulalio would set himself and us--to conquer the Halakazi.