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You sit down again and stare at the stage, enthralled by the magic wrought on you.
Then as now, the majority of Americans had little interest in examining the nuclear sword of Damocles their fear had wrought.
And a coup probably would exacerbate the economic problems that months of friction, violence and impasse have wrought.
At least 11 people were killed in the blizzard and $6 million in damage was wrought.Hercules, Schmercules. Here Are America’s 5 Worst Blizzards|Nina Strochlic|January 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Of course, that doesn't really alter the havoc they've wrought.
This week, Democrats said they would pay for the destruction they wrought.
He wrought a state out of tribal kinship and fostered an independence and self-reliance which no oppression could destroy.Optimism|Helen Keller
But his Dulcinea had wrought most wonderfully on his imagination.Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)|Isaac D'Israeli
The tank is of wrought iron or steel with strengthening pieces of angle iron.The Bacillus of Long Life|Loudon Douglas
And what vast changes of society and of nations had been wrought by sudden convulsions or by slow degrees since that era!Grandfather's Chair|Nathaniel Hawthorne
How many unexpected deliverances has He wrought on our behalf!Sermons|Clement Bailhache