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His orations, whether extemporaneous or prepared-his written messages to the states-general, to the provincial authorities, to the municipal bodies-his private correspondence with men of all ranks, from emperors and kings down to secretaries, and even children-all show an easy flow of language, a fulness of thought, a power of expression rare in that age, a fund of historical allusion, a considerable power of imagination, a warmth of sentiment, a breadth of view, a directness of purpose-a range of qualities, in short, which would in themselves have stamped him as one of the master-minds of his century, had there been no other monument to his memory than the remains of his spoken or written eloquence.
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Young and old men, women, children-all were hurrying toward the gate leading to St. Lawrence.
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The voyage thence was accomplished without the slightest hitch, the divers spending most of their time in singing and playing like little children,-all in the best of good spirits.
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The poor brother became very poor, so poor that very often there was no crust even in the "izba," the peasant's log cabin, and the children-all forlorn, miserable little things-cried for food.
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Through yonder casement I discern a family circle,-the grandmother, the parents, and the children,-all flickering, shadow-like, in the glow of a wood- fire.
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The last time they were seen by the Ottawas, they had ten children-all boys, and all living and well.
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He also had a thousand non-combatants-men, women, and children-all cowering for shelter from the dangers of battle, and half dead with the far more terrifying apprehension of an Indian massacre.
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They have a large family of children-all children of concubinage-living in a minister's family.
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The children-all but David, and his protests went for naught-accepted Polly's reasoning as perfectly logical, and readily helped carry out her suggestion.
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By this time, the crowd-the fishermen from the hamlet down below, with their wives and children-all had come but the bedridden-had reached the place where Sylvia stood.
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Examples of Children-all

Example #1
That important place, the capital of Schouwen, and the key to half Zealand, had remained closely invested since the memorable expedition to Duiveland.
Example #2
Besides his multitudinous correspondence with the public bodies, whose labors he habitually directed; with the various estates of the provinces, which he was gradually moulding into an organised and general resistance to the Spanish power; with public envoys and with secret agents to foreign cabinets, all of whom received their instructions from him alone; with individuals of eminence and influence, whom he was eloquently urging to abandon their hostile position to their fatherland; and to assist him in the great work which he was doing; besides these numerous avocations, he was actively and anxiously engaged during the spring of 1576, with the attempt to relieve the city of Zierickzee.
Example #3
The whole town was in the utmost commotion.
Example #4
They marched with great speed down the Brunecken.
Example #5
Their favourite form of amusement was to sit round a large fire, either telling stories of the girls they had left behind, or singing love melodies.
Example #6
We then set sail for the coast of New Guinea.