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Unformatted text preview: combatants that neither could claim advantage. Stations of the Cross a series of fourteen crosses, as along the walls of a church, typically placed above representations of the stages of Jesus' final sufferings and of his death and burial, visited in succession as a devotional exercise. The foreboding image connects Paul's wartime sufferings with Christ's final days. stickle-backs small, bony fishes with two to eleven sharp spines in front of the dorsal fin. storm-troops the first wave of the infantry assault. tea-cosy a knitted or padded cover placed over a teapot to keep the contents hot. territorial a volunteer home guard....
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