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4 He knew that Carlton could be an implacable foe.
5 My foe presses against the shoe.
6 The two countries have united against their common foe.
7 With a howl he leapt at his foe.
8 His newspaper articles criticized friend and foe alike.
9 Who goes there friend or foe?
10 He knew that Karl could be an implacable foe.
11 FoE has previously used the technique in an effort to divert the route of the M40 from two sites in Oxfordshire.
12 Tony P.. Hall, D-Ohio[sentencedict.com], normally an abortion foe.
13 However, the FoE did welcome a number of proposals they had been campaigning on for some time.
14 Who goes there? Friend or foe?
15 FoE pinpointed fridges, light bulbs, washing machines, dishwashers, televisions, and tumble driers as energy wasters.
16 Mr Lagos, his old foe, has called for the judicial system here to take Gen Pinochet to account.
17 She was unsure as yet whether he was friend or foe.
18 She shot him a quick glance as if unsure whether he was friend or foe.
19 His eyes were moving from face to face:friend or foe?
20 Shakur loses his fragile grip on reality and starts blasting away at friends and foe alike.
21 It may also give different impressions to friend and to foe.
22 The chosen champion of the Everqueen of Avelorn, he is a warrior without peer and a foe without mercy.
23 Seeing him wreak such havoc among a supposedly invincible foe, the Elves within the shrine were heartened.
24 William Bennett, a former drug tsar, was a vociferous foe, as is Louis Sullivan,[www.Sentencedict.com] the health secretary.
25 This third criterion is related to whether you feel this new person is friend or foe.
26 While all this is going on the archers can pour a rain of arrows on the foe.
27 The crowds are mostly supporters, but if there is barracking from a foe so much the better.
28 Second, it intercepts every communication it can, from friend or foe, and tries to decrypt it.
29 We fight, as St Paul says, against an invisible foe.
30 Who overcomes by force, hath overcome but half his foe. John Milton