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Fierce Mars, to help the Trojans, covered them in a veil of darkness, and went about everywhere among them, inasmuch as Phoebus Apollo had told him that when he saw Pallas, Minerva leave the fray he was to put courage into the hearts of the Trojans--for it was she who was helping the Danaans.
iTF 164: The Little Girl, and the Screaming Cow . November 16, 2018
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After listening to the argument, Mary decided to jump into the fray. Tom joined the fray and immediately got knocked down.
Into the Fray comes to you with the goal of providing insight and information about self-defense and the battle to protect our gun rights. You will get both facts and opinion. All of it backed up with a healthy dose of attitude.
Into the Fray is a fast action-shooter in the vein of Doom and Dark Messiah; using fast combat, reactive environments, and traps. Blast, kick, and dash your way through Rebels and Eldritch creatures to liberate the Isle of Portland; as it becomes consumed by Fog and the horrors therein.
This fray was borrowed into English from an Anglo-French word with the various meanings “to disturb,” “to attack,” and also “to frighten.” The past participle of this same word ( affrayed, meaning “alarmed”) became, in English, afraid.
The remaining winning teams will then face semi-professional opposition, such as South Wales Scorpions and North Wales Crusaders, in the third round (to be played on the weekend of March 15/16) before the Super League clubs enter the fray in the fourth round (April 5/6).
Fray definition is - a usually disorderly or protracted fight, struggle, or dispute. How to use fray in a sentence. ... Fighting there could easily draw neighboring nations into the fray. — Blaine Harden … the patrician statesman who stood above the fray. — Richard D. Hylton.