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  • "Choragus" you are indeed to soldiers myriads more in number than the individuals to whom

    NPNF2-08. Basil: Letters and Select Works

  • The Choragus, of course, dressed his actors _for their parts; _ not according to their fancies or his own.

    Ethics

  • Choragus, in the style of the παράβασις of the Old Comedy.

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • They move one to another in delicate responsive measures, now violent, now gentle, now in conflict, now in peace; yet ever weaving the pattern of a ritual dance, and obedient to the music of that invisible Choragus whom Boehme and

    Practical Mysticism

  • They move one to another in delicate responsive measures, now violent, now gentle, now in conflict, now in peace; yet ever weaving the pattern of a ritual dance, and obedient to the music of that invisible Choragus whom Boehme and Plotinus knew.

    Practical Mysticism A Little Book for Normal People

  • The last six lines of it, to be spoken by the Choragus, were croaked by Il

    The Fool Errant

  • There is a sense in which I may, without presumption, adopt the name of Choragus, or leader of the chorus, in relation to these singers: I must take upon me to order who shall sing, when he shall sing, and which of his songs he shall sing.

    England's Antiphon

  • Then he puts one Choragus -- or leader of chorus, supporting the main action -- on each side.

    Mornings in Florence

  • Choragus on the left, who sees that his impetuous friend is going to get the worst of it, is pulling him back, and trying to keep him quiet.

    Mornings in Florence

  • Choragus on the right, who sees that the bishop is going to have the best of it, backs him serenely.

    Mornings in Florence

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