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“As to my middle name, "Erudite", blame my parents (Now deceased) for that choice.”
“Erudite, gregarious and a savvy political operator, Panetta began his public life as a Republican.”
“After an unspecified cataclysm, society has been divided into factions based on character traits: Abnegation, Amity, Dauntless, Erudite and Candor.”
“Erudite doom-mongers may recognise The Long Count as the system by which the Mayans measured time, a cycle apparently due to reset on 21 December 2012.”
“Erudite and self - effacing, Wright is remarkably jovial considering his workload.”
“Erudite, articulate, armed with a Harvard MBA, he is what every middle-class Indian mom wants her son to be.”
“Erudite, smart, and layered, the series touches on many of my literary obsessions.”
“Erudite, vivacious and modest, Lotte Cohn was a prolific writer, who expressed her appreciation of her first master Richard Kauffmann by writing articles about him and his unique work.”
“Instead, these explorations became so entangled with a Budding Adolescent Sensibility that even casual viewers were left with little more than a Bitter Aftertaste, reminiscent of the more Explosive work of Gallagher sans the Erudite Overtones (if one can even imagine that).”
“Erudite elitist William Buckley was delighted to align himself with Southern segregationists, writing columns strongly defending them.”
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