Lady of La Mancha

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Sts. Jude imPress, Dec 1, 2002 - 563 pages
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Page 461 - ... these men will not be hindered from accomplishing at their best speed the distance which they have to go, either by snow, or rain, or heat, or by the darkness of night.
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