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How rugged the pioneers must have been to conquer this gorgeous but inhospitable terrain.
It is designed to help children keep up with their subjects while they conquer the language.
It would be much easier to conquer them, if they had once given themselves over to sensual indulgences.
But a tiny number of people conquer lethal diseases.
There he would flourish mightily and serve the armies that would conquer much of the known world.
There is so much to learn and so much to conquer in the world.
What if they didn't conquer faster than light travel, but instead learned how to live virtually forever.
Over the past two decades central bankers have gained plenty of experience in how to conquer excessive price increases.
In the prime of their working lives they wanted to conquer the world with their products.
Unlike mountaineers, he felt no urge to conquer the rock-face.
So big companies mostly try to defend their existing domains rather than to explore and conquer new ones.
Mankind's dream has been to conquer ageing altogether, and scientists are working on it.
But its haunting chords and rhythms do not conquer tone-deaf bureaucracies.
There seems to be little reason to conquer it except that it is in the way.
It's an age-old dilemma, one that's not too easy to conquer.
When you do succeed-well, you never conquer a mountain.
We had slipped into a part of the world that mercifully the internal combustion engine had failed to conquer.
The thirteen members of the expedition formed the eleventh team to try to conquer the mountain in the past thirty years.
Quite a few movies, not content to stimulate the eyes and ears, try to conquer the other senses as well.
To conquer it has long been the goal of many nations.
We live in an age when nothing is to be kept private, nothing is to be borne in silence, no one is too proud to stoop to conquer.
They are never gonna conquer the wave and they know that.

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