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“She also published several volumes of poetry, El dulce dano (1918, The Secret Pain), Irremediablemente (1919, Irremediably), and Languidez (1920, Languor).”
“Languor Management: He was getting more and more suspicious of me, and aggressive.”
“By the way, if you're interested in issues of translation, be sure to read this interview with Ammiel Alcalay, which I discovered via Languor Management.”
“Languor was changed to ardour, the slow step converted to a speedy pace, while the hollow murmur of the multitude, inspired by one feeling, and that deadly, filled the air, drowning the clang of arms and sound of music.”
“Languor, a noun only, is “a state of weariness or listlessness.””
“Pop-up large image tite, and a general Languor, were all the symptoms that ushered into the World, all the small Pox, that I have can boast of, which are about Eight or Ten, (for I have not yet counted them exactly) two of which only are in my Face, the rest scattered at Random over my Limbs and Body.”
“Languor, the Distress and Misery, of these Objects is truely a”
“It either throws them into some acute and inflammatory [illegible] fever, which carries them from the Midst of their Vices and their follies, the Mischiefs they do and theMiseriesDistresses they suffer, at once into their Graves, or else it leads them by insensible Degrees, thro all the [illegible] Gloom and Languor of a Chronical Distemper, despized by many, hated by more and [pitied?] by a few, to a long expected, and desired death.”
“Languor and Oppression: Not before the present truly glorious Reign, did”
“Ferguson thought _Languor_ was, on the whole, more melodious than”
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