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Her choice of role and costume for the Seawanhaka Club water tableaux they also disapproved of; for she had chosen to represent a character now superfluous and out of date-the Lorelei who lured Teutonic yachtsmen to destruction with her singing some centuries ago.
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There on the Roman 4th of September, 586, or on the 22nd of June of the Julian calendar -an eclipse of the moon, which a scientific Roman officer announced beforehand to the army that it might not be regarded as a bad omen, affords in this case the means of determining the date-the outposts accidentally fell into conflict as they were watering their horses after midday; and both sides determined at once to give the battle, which it was originally intended to postpone till the following day.
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Madame Duclaux assigns to these verses a much later date-the year of Emily Bronte's exile in Brussels.
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Tarzan ran through the pages quickly looking for a certain date-the date that the horror had been committed-and when he found it he read rapidly.
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Consider the two awful instances of recent date-the Iroquois Theatre fire in Chicago, the Slocum disaster in New York.
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They've got the facts: his decision to propose it, and the date-the whole of it!
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Our course through the noble forest was parallel with the river, that roared beneath us on our right in a succession of rapids and falls between high cliffs covered with groves of bananas and varieties of palms, including the graceful wild date-the certain sign of either marsh or river.
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Examples of Date-the

Example #1
And that, in these times, was ridiculous, because, fortified by a visit to the nearest Destyn-Carr machine, no weak-minded young sailorman would care what a Lorelei might do; and she could sing her pretty head off and comb herself bald before any Destyn-Carr inoculated mariner would be lured overboard.
Example #2
In their amalgamated happiness they deplored her reluctance to enter where perfect bliss was guaranteed.
Example #3
Passing through the ranks in person, without helmet or shield, the grey-headed Roman general arranged his men.
Example #4
As soon as the new general arrived in the camp at Heracleum, he gave orders for the ill-guarded pass at Pythium to be surprised by Publius Nasica, while skirmishes between the outposts in the channel of the river Elpius occupied the attention of the Macedonians; the enemy was thus turned, and was obliged to retreat to Pydna.
Example #5
Sir William Robertson Nicoll also considers that "the 'alien firelight' suits Brussels better than the Yorkshire hearth of 'good, kind' Miss Wooler".
Example #6
So sweet, so soft, so hushed an air; And, deepening still the dream-like charm, Wild moor-sheep feeding everywhere.