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1, In December they launched a full-scale onslaught on the capital.
2, The town survives the onslaught of tourists every summer.
3, His strength did not avail against the hostile onslaught.
4, They survived an onslaught by tribesmen.
5, The city resisted the enemy onslaught for two weeks.
6, Our army tried to withstand the enemy onslaught.
7, Scotland's onslaught on Wales in the second half of the match earned them a 4-1 victory.
8, The rebels responded to a military onslaught against them by launching a major assault on an army camp.
9, She could not withstand such a sudden onslaught.
10, Half the regiment fell before the enemy onslaught.
11, Moscow did not falter under the onslaught and their counter-attacking potential was a constant threat.
12, The extent of that secret onslaught needs to be put on the record.
13, In 508 Theuderic continued his father's onslaught on the Gothic south, in tandem with the Burgundians.
14, It seemed to withstand the onslaught of bicycles,[http://sentencedict.com/onslaught.html] tricycles and roller skates with scarcely a scratch to show.
15, The other is the onslaught on the mind by mass junk entertainment.
16, Martin did well to recover from the onslaught to go a break up in the third set.
17, Could my various injuries withstand the onslaught?
18, The neighborhood service centers, however, survived the council onslaught.
19, Hearing the onslaught of criticism, the state Department of Education is showing some signs of flexibility.
20, So startled was he by this sudden onslaught, Ryker momentarily froze, rooted to the spot.
21, It is unlikely that his forces could withstand an allied onslaught for very long.
22, He praised his wife for her dignity under the onslaught of the tabloid press.
23, Supposedly tackling the question, Are men of genius irritable? it is in fact an onslaught on critics.
24, Adverse side-effects are the inevitable outcome of such an onslaught.
25, River organisms' ability to survive the disruption of floods was never evolved to withstand this kind of onslaught.
26, Now she was no longer prepared to accept this onslaught from the royal family.
27, I stayed instead in a dark, sealed room, conserving energy for the next onslaught.
28, A couple of bullets split the heavy oaken door, before it shook under the onslaught of the enemy ram.
29, Hardliners reckon that without him they could not withstand a reformist onslaught for long.
30, The appointment made conservatives nervous, seemingly confirming their fears that a liberal onslaught was imminent.
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