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in a peaceable manner

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For if," said he, "you throw among five YAHOOS as much food as would be sufficient for fifty, they will, instead of eating peaceably, fall together by the ears, each single one impatient to have all to itself; and therefore a servant was usually employed to stand by while they were feeding abroad, and those kept at home were tied at a distance from each other: that if a cow died of age or accident, before a HOUYHNHNM could secure it for his own YAHOOS, those in the neighbourhood would come in herds to seize it, and then would ensue such a battle as I had described, with terrible wounds made by their claws on both sides, although they seldom were able to kill one another, for want of such convenient instruments of death as we had invented.
Seek quietude and oblivion, so that you may return peaceably to France after a few years.
Presently the members of his little community began to suffer on account of his neglect, for disputes and quarrels constantly arose which only the king might settle peaceably.
since the king commands you so to do - and retire peaceably to your dwellings.
The amended provision would read: 'No law shall be passed abridging the responsible exercise of the freedom of speech, of expression, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and petition the government for redress of grievances.
In a letter to the White House, Mr Zahawri said: "In them, you would see how our Muslim communities live peaceably alongside others, enrich their local areas and contribute so much to society.
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It read: "Take noice (sic) that your landlord has this day 30th August 2017 exercise (sic) their right to instruct certificated bailiffs to peaceably re-enter and take possession on this premises.
The First Amendment protects the rights of all Americans to speak their minds peaceably, but violence, brutality, and murder have no place in a civilized society.
At times like this, all people of faith and goodwill join together peaceably, compassionately and prayerfully with those caught up in the events of Finsbury Park.
All well and good--everybody's got a right to peaceably assemble and petition the government for a redress of grievances.
African Americans and other people of color should not be at risk of bodily harm and mental distress for exercising their First Amendment right to peaceably assemble.
The book features a series of portraits sketching an ancient yet contemporary civilization, the religions that have coexisted there peaceably for centuries, and the rich blend of poetry, faith, food, and hospitality that marks Syrian culture.
Both were ended - almost entirely peaceably - by the efforts of the Russians themselves.
job of keeping the world Running peaceably too much for him And is