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… Typical of these anecdotal stories are: The Madame now refers to the Generalissimo only as “That Man.”
The Generalissimo was the only one who possessed the secret of events.
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. (Los Cuatro Jinetes del Apocalipsis) from the Spanish of Vincente Blasco Ibanez; authorized translation by Charlotte Brewster Jordan.
"The Generalissimo is the poppy-head, the men are the wheat; lay every ear of the wheat low, and of what use is the towering poppy that blazed so grand in the sun?"
Wisdom, Wit, and Pathos of Ouida Selected from the Works of Ouida
Kim Jong Il has also been given the title of "Generalissimo," a name his father shares, North Korea announced Wednesday.
He was venomous in his hatred of Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman and used his magazines to vilify them; he idolized the corrupt, ineffectual Chinese "Generalissimo" Chiang Kai-shek and used his publications to promote Chiang's hopeless cause.
The classic TV cliche of unrelated twins came up twice this week with the "Generalissimo" episode of '30 Rock' and "Mr. Monk And The Bully" on 'Monk'.
Overnight, many street names honoring the "Generalissimo" were changed, fascist monuments came down, and Spain became a fully functioning democracy and a vibrant member of the European community.
Fascists, bigots like "Generalissimo" Nikki X really get to me.
And there is Lafayette, with an ambition far beyond his talents, aspiring not only to the command of all the forces, but to a leadership in the Assembly -- a kind of Generalissimo-Dictatorship.
The Ed Morrissey Show: Week in Review with Duane "Generalissimo" Patterson posted at 1: 00 pm on April 2, 2010 by Ed Morrissey printer-friendly
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