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But now he was on his own, without a friend at court.
A letter from some officer to a friend at court.
"Yet he has friends at Court, or so said my father."
They have friends at court who will speak against you."
"Some of my friends at court would be prepared to support me, whatever happened.
He thought of his old friends at court, what few of them still lived.
This was no time or place for anger, for he had not a single friend at court.
Now I hope soon to make friends at court."
"You have a friend at court who asked me to look after you.
'But Springall had powerful friends at court and in the church.
I have not a single friend at court!
You have more friends at Court than you know.
She was the only one he could be sure was on his side, and he needed a friend at court.
He'd been a failure as an Army officer, though friends at court had ensured his advancement to colonel.
"He looks worried, because you haven't looked at him all evening and he's wondering whether literature will be left without a friend at court."
He'd opted to stay behind today and try to uncover more information about the Nameless from some of our friends at court.
Rupert Genester has friends at court, nor is he a fool.
"We all could use a friend at court."
But right now we need a friend at court - an unquestionably loyal friend.
Probably the field of his choice was narrowed by the inability of men without friends at court to make an application.
But Genester has friends at court, and I have none."
He instructed Diego to lobby friends at court to reverse free trade, but the monarchy refused.
You think you have bought friends at Court, and that for money's sake those in power there will turn a blind eye to your crimes.
"You would see more of her, although under formal circumstances, if you found yourself a good friend at court that you could visit."
It's useful to have friends at court.
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