01. Napoleon rode into Paris in [triumph] amid crowds of cheering spectators.
02. The [triumphant] Czech hockey team was welcomed by thousands of fans after their 1998 gold medal victory in the Olympics.
03. The athletes walked [triumphantly] into the stadium amidst the cheers of thousands upon thousands of fans.
04. The election was a [triumph] for the President, who critics had said was no longer popular with the common people.
05. The Canadian soldiers marched [triumphantly] into Holland to the cheers of thousands of Dutch people.
06. Edmond Burke once said that the only thing necessary for the [triumph] of evil is for good men to do nothing.
07. Martin Luther King once said, "I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality. That is why right, temporarily defeated, is stronger than evil [triumphant]."
08. H. L. Mencken once said that love is the [triumph] of imagination over intelligence.
09. This new machine is a [triumph] of mechanical engineering.
10. The independence of India was the result of the [triumph] of non-violent action, as led by the Mahatma Gandhi.
11. Oprah Winfrey once observed that it doesn't matter who you are or where you came from. The ability to [triumph] begins with you, always.
12. Zig Ziglar once stated that real love is a growing and development process that involves every emotion, problem, joy and [triumph] known to man.
13. In July 1975, Nicaragua's Sandinista rebel forces marched [triumphantly] into the capital city of Managua.
14. Haile Selassie once said in a speech that throughout history, it has been the inaction of those who could have acted, the indifference of those who should have known better, the silence of the voice of justice when it mattered most, that has made it possible for evil to [triumph].
15. Eighteen years of Conservative rule came to an end in England in May 1997 when Tony Blair and the Labor Party [triumphed] in the British elections.
16. Roman architecture is known for its [triumphal] arches which were built to represent the victories of the Emperor.
17. The safe landing of a spacecraft on Titan is a major [triumph] for the European space program.

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