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“RAZ: That was an excerpt from "The First" by Yasmin Waring of Dallas, Texas.”
“The negro steward who killed three of the prize privateer crew put on board the schooner Waring is on exhibition at Barnum's Museum, New”
“The man called Waring had dragged the honour of the Kelmscotts through the mud of the street.”
“A family member called Waring and told her that Foy had mentioned that he was going to a party near Mosquito Beach on James Island.”
“His great-uncle was Alfred Domett (Browning's "Waring"), who was at one time Prime Minister of New Zealand.”
“Then they had talked about the passion for adventure, and Craven had spoken of his love, not yet lost, for Browning's poem, "Waring"; how he had read it when quite a boy and been fascinated by it as by few other poems.”
“Of friendships outside his home we read of that with Alfred Domett, the 'Waring' of his poems, afterwards the poet and the statesman of New Zealand; with Joseph Arnould, afterwards the Indian judge; and with his cousin James Silverthorne, the 'Charles' of Browning's pathetic poem May and Death.”
“Domett, Browning's "Waring," at one time Prime Minister of New Zealand, and author of "Ranolf and Amohia," and other poems.”
“She was chagrined to learn that she had been discomposed not by 'a too exuberant financier, 'as she had surmised, but by, as "Waring" called Browning, the "subtlest assertor of the Soul in song.”
“Waring," he said thoughtfully, turning over the name to himself, as if he attached it to no particular individual.”
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