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Prince Harrik has conspired against his brother the Prince Pasha, has treacherously seduced officers of the army, has planned to seize Cairo, to surround the Palace and take the life of the Prince of Egypt.
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I conspired for Egypt's sake.
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Happily, however, the fatherly kindness of the General had despatched a hamper of provisions from Campvallon, and a few slices of pate, accompanied by sundry glasses of Chateau-Yquem helped the Count to combat the dreary sadness with which his change of residence, solitude, the night, and the smoke of his candles, all conspired to oppress him.
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Men of letters, following in the painters' wake, conspired suddenly to find artistic value in the turns; and red-nosed comedians were lauded to the skies for their sense of character; fat female singers, who had bawled obscurely for twenty years, were discovered to possess inimitable drollery; there were those who found an aesthetic delight in performing dogs; while others exhausted their vocabulary to extol the distinction of conjurers and trick-cyclists.
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But when an action is performed it is clear that all the forces of the universe from all eternity conspired to cause it, and nothing I could do could have prevented it.
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He wished to keep this distance between them-the distance which separates the devotee from the image in the shrine. Circumstances conspired to make this easier than it would have been, had they been seated in a drawing-room, for example, with a tea-tray between them.
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Circumstances conspired to make her the logical solution of his mental quandary at this time.
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Fortunately, the decisive resolutions which were expressed by the Americans, their increasing successes, the fact that they had several British officers of reputation in their hands,-all conspired to produce, in the minds of the enemy, a greater regard to the rights of justice and humanity.
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Shall we suppose that they all of them forget this subject by mere accident, or that they conspired to ignore it?
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From the time of this apostasy- a crime for which no punishment could be too great-his own servants are also stated to have conspired against him and put him to death (xxv.
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Several circumstances conspired to bring this about.
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The women at the beginning of the world, or a little after, conspired to flay the men quick, because they found the spirit of mankind inclined to domineer it, and bear rule over them upon the face of the whole earth; and, in pursuit of this their resolution, promised, confirmed, swore, and covenanted amongst them all, by the pure faith they owe to the nocturnal Sanct Rogero.
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For there is a very great crowd of most trifling writers upon the Sententiae, who, as though they had conspired, defend these figments concerning the merit of attrition and of works, and other things which we have above recounted.
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So that, through their zeal for him, they had all conspired, so far as in them lay, to muffle up the knowledge of this thing from others; and hence it was, that not till a considerable interval had elapsed, did it transpire upon the Pequod's decks.
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She wished to be natural, and she would have succeeded, had they not all of them apparently conspired together to make her task impossible.
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The pace of the fiacre, her fatigued body, Gerald's delightful, careless vivacity, the attractive streaming veil of the nice, modest courtesan-everything conspired to increase it.
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Nature and man seemed to have conspired to make this place vividly unreal, as a toy village comes painted from the shop.
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After seven years, Absalom, David's son, conspired against his father, and David was obliged to fly from Jerusalem, with a few friends.
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I am that unhappy man whom the heavens and angry gods have conspired to keep an exile on the seas, wandering to seek my home, which still flies from me.
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Amongst other strange haps was this, that in ‘Iráq certain of the Royal Family came to an understanding with these [foreign] governments, and, [induced] by promises and threats, conspired with them.
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Examples of Conspired

Example #1
Thee is a traitor to thy country and thy lawful lord.
Example #2
Did the fool not see his end?
Example #3
I would have made her Muslim once again.
Example #4
My heart burned within me.
Example #5
Regaining his usual good spirits, which had deserted him for a moment, he tried to draw out the old steward, who was waiting on him.
Example #6
The housekeeper had passed half the previous night in slaughtering various dwellers in the poultry-yard; and the results of the sacrifice now successively appeared, swimming in butter.