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  • Also I think that some young sportsman might have had the chance to take that wonderful animal the right way and enjoy the splender of a trophy.

    The sick world of poaching

  • I was just wondering how many of the "gun rights" arguments would fly out of the closet and sure enough, there they all are in their insufferable splender.

    "Madison gun owner Auric Gold said he often carries a handgun in a holster while walking in his east side neighborhood..."

  • The musicis riveting splender that takes you through the movie emotionally and completely every time you listen.

    Giveaway — Ashes of Time Redux

  • Next in the cab is a black couple from Baltimore, who reveal to Peggy, through a series of psychic gospel rhythmns, their soul deep regrets at ever having heard of that philanderer priest Jesse Jackson or Tavis Smiley or the NAACP, and their quiet agonized yearning for the buccolic lost splender of the plantation porch swing.

    Hullabaloo

  • Virginia Woolf was a contributor, on at least one occasion, to the Daily Worker; there was a splender in this incongruity, even if the episode marked principally the desperation of that time.

    In Praise of Virginia Woolf

  • LORD MARE's Show, a cummin in all its full bewty and splender from the middel of the Royal Xchange!!

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 102, April 30, 1892

  • After dark the stars came out; but in the deep forest the glory of the stars in the night of the sky, the serene radiance of the moon, the splender of sunrise and sunset, are never seen as they are seen on the vast open plains.

    VIII. The River of Doubt

  • The splender of monuments seemed a privilege of the nobles and the rich, and the Republicans contested the privilege, the distinction of classes, even in this form

    Modern Italian Poets Essays and Versions

  • There is the mother church standing in unostentatious splender; and while I stand soliloquising about the past and the present, I look once more upon the temple, and wonder how many have gone from it to join the saints above.

    An Apology for African Methodism

  • I'll make your incumbrinces as right as a trivit, and restor the ouse of Bareacres to its herly splender.

    Burlesques

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