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Land boundaries: total: 3,861 km border countries: burundi 451 km, democratic republic of the congo 459 km, kenya 769 km, malawi 475 km, mozambique 756 km, rwanda 217 km, uganda 396 km, zambia 338 km
It was promptly surrounded, and on the 17th of september, 1865, had to surrender.
And every heartbeat pounded The only thing that's left to do When they got you all surrounded She fired that old pistol– Bullets In the Gun by Toby Keith
62; surrender of jacobites at, vii.
The sweet vapour of hope, therefore,-the incense with which young hearts salute the morning of life,-enveloped him on all sides: and pity is it that the rainbow-tinted mist should ever be blown away from those who, like him, are better, as well as happier, for the halo that so surrounds them.
If loneliness surrounds you And rain clouds always hang around you– Where Peaceful Waters Flow by Gladys Knight
Already the emperor had determined, before any sign of advancing aid had appeared, that if he were left alone to complete the decision, if he was not to be allowed by fate to surround and destroy the prussian force, he might at least drive it from the field with heavy loss, and, as far as possible, demoralised.
Wait till your charms are right for these arms to surround You think you've flown before, but baby, you ain't left the ground– The Best Is Yet to Come by Ann Hampton Callaway
By this time yarloo had walked round the horses, turning them towards the middle of the plain, and was squatting down on his haunches, watching.
And see, pale lightning flashes round! While as the thunder's awful sound– Ode to Borrowdale by amelia opie
Before i came to puget sound i had heard of a cultus potlatch.
And while the young lambs bound As to the tabor's sound,– Ode, On Intimations Of Immortality by William Wordsworth
A tangle strand had worked up her throat and gripped her face.
And saved your life so often by callin' out your name When it looked like Blackie had the upper hand We saved towns and ranches in spite of threats and rain While staying safe and dry inside the strand.– Strand by Statler Brothers