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  • Perhaps that is the reason why they are not the greatest plague of life to her. Cited from Laicus, by Lyman Abbott
  • You can do everything, and at last you'll be the plague of my life. Cited from Popular Tales from the Norse, by G. W. Dasent
  • But I will talk about that fellow, about that plague of mine, another time. Cited from Notes From The Underground/Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  • Oh, you're the plague of my life -- you have been from the first! Cited from The Power and the Glory, by Grace MacGowan Cooke
  • His taste was the plague of my life and his own. Cited from The Caxtons, by E. B. Lytton, Part 8
  • During this year, he wrote an article called the Plague of India.
  • Was she not saved from all the plague of young men who were not worthy of her? Cited from At the Back of the North Wind, George MacDonald #0
  • His father died in the plague of 1528 and his mother died only three years later.
  • But a daughter is the plague of a man's life. Cited from Pausanias, the Spartan, by Lord Lytton
  • Something is at last to be done to reduce the growing plague of Questions. Cited from Punch, Vol. 156, March 5, 1919, ed. by Sir Owen Seaman
  • Once upon a time there came to a large village a plague of crows. Cited from Myths and Legends of the Sioux, by McLaughlin
  • Life is less dark, a little longer, and better provided against the material plagues of nature: but farther? Cited from Life of Henry Reeve, by John Knox Laughton, Vol. 2
  • She has been the plague of his life. Cited from The Mark of the Beast, by Sidney Watson
  • Its inability to stand still for one second is the plague of it. Cited from The Complete Writings of Charles Dudley Warner V2
  • Or, if they still must live, from me remove The double plague of luxury and love! Cited from The Odyssey, by Homer, Tr. by Samuel butler
  • That had been what God had been teaching them already, by the plagues of Egypt. Cited from True Words for Brave Men, by Charles Kingsley
  • They eventually learn that their mission is to prevent a plague of nanites from taking control of people.
  • You have been the plague of my life. Cited from Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Harriet Jacobs (AKA Linda Brent)
  • The great plague of London took place in 1665, one year before the fire. Cited from History of King Charles II of England,by J. Abbott
  • The ten plagues of Egypt have been here repeated several times. Cited from Modern Persia, by Mooshie G. Daniel
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