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1 The famines and pogroms in 19th-century Eastern Europe forced many Jewish refugees to emigrate.
2 That pogrom followed allegations that a Muslim mob had been responsible for the deaths of Hindu activists.
3 The book focuses on the Kielce pogrom, the murder of more than 40 Jews by local Poles in July 1946.
4 The way some of his colleagues told it afterward, he nearly started a pogrom.
5 It will be a greater blow than would be a dozen pogroms.
6 One step forward,(www.Sentencedict.com) two steps back; political progress followed by pernicious pogroms.
7 Street-fighting in Osh, the largest city in southern Kyrgyzstan, between ethnic Kyrgyz and minority Uzbeks escalated rapidly into a pogrom.
8 But in 1903, Nicholas II's government encouraged a new pogrom, so Bob's people grabbed their weapons, packed up their families, and mounted their horses.
9 Two brothers fall in love with the same girl, Zoya, a 19-year-old Jewess, in a Moscow that is readying for a pogrom  some time between the second world war and the death of Stalin.
10 Even if we do not go towards a financial pogrom, social conscience doubts finance as a source of real wealth.
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