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  • noun Plural form of gradus.


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  • "The dismal change is ordained, and then -- thin meagre Latin with small shreds and patches of Greek, is thrown like a pauper's pall over all your early lore; instead of sweet knowledge, vile, monkish, doggerel grammars and graduses, dictionaries and lexicons, and horrible odds and ends of dead languages are given you for your portion, and down you fall, from Roman story to a three-inch scrap of 'Scriptores

    Biographical Study of A.W. Kinglake William Tuckwell 1874


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