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31. No industrialist liked to put himself at the mercy of creditors.
32. You would be at the mercy of the hall's acoustics and ideally you would need to practise a bit beforehand.
33. They are putting lives at risk, and the ones who pay are us, here at the mercy of the government.
34. An older historiographical tradition depicted Louis as an impulsive weakling, at the mercy of his overbearing wife.
35. Without the anchor of personal conviction they are at the mercy of every ebb and flow of opinion.
36. Even compassion for a man so much at the mercy of his physical urges.
37. In such a situation the worker is at the mercy of the capitalist and is therefore exploited.
38. The typical peasant farmer has a precarious existence, at the mercy of flood, disease and famine.
39. With that relationship gone, they are at the mercy of more laws and more political meddling.
40. His whole life was lived at the mercy of the second favourite planet.
41. Any city manager accepts the fact that he or she is at the mercy of the council majority, he said.
42. Putting him at the mercy of men like you, Creller?
43. Having lost engine power,(www.Sentencedict.com) the boat's crew found themselves at the mercy of the wind.
44. Without this, a person is completely at the mercy of the dangers that menace from without.
45. Their innermost secrets had been at the mercy of the West for a year.
46. With monarchy, the essential problem is that power is put at the mercy of relatives and genetics.
47. We all live at the mercy of our emotions. Our motions influence and shape our desires, thoughts and behaviors and above all our destiny. Dr T.P.Chia
48. "We are all at the mercy of a falling tile, " Julius Caesar reminds us in Thornton Wilder's Ides of March.
49. The vessels were tossed hither and thither at the mercy of the winds and waves.
50. It's easy to feel at the mercy of my work, my clients and even the self-imposed pressure that I feel to deliver value.
51. You don't forget such episodes—the truly innocent at the mercy of the truly evil—and they lead directly into the absolutist morals of Larsson's books,(Sentencedict.com) which may also be a powerful selling point.
52. Any company that makes only small cars is at the mercy of fluctuating gas prices.
53. In a proprietary system the end user is at the mercy of product life cycle.
54. In recent years more than ever immigrants who enter America illegally are at the mercy of smugglers , and many die in boxcars or ships before arriving here.
55. "Man I love Twitter ... I've always been at the mercy of the press but no more ... The media tried to demonize me, " he tweeted Saturday.
56. While that evaluation isn't generally true, our story from 2 Kings supports the negative stereotype. A poor widow is at the mercy of a loan shark who takes advantage of her vulnerability.
57. This fits the desire to portray English fans as the victims, forever at the mercy of unscrupulous foreign justice systems and brutal, fascistic policemen.
58. When Japan entered Formosa she found the coast at the mercy of pirates.
59. A mere three decades after the end of the Peloponnesian War, a Theban army under Epaminondas crushed the Spartans, but Greece was so weakened that it lay at the mercy of Persia and the Macedonians.
60. "Douce David Deans" was routed horse and foot, and lay at the mercy of his grasping landlord just at the time that Benjamin Bulter died.
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