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“The last few years, we've gone as a unified theme, so I had to be something druidical and magic.”
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““Is it a druidical reference?” asked Mr. Hunnable, blinking attentively.”
“Dr Johnson justly observed, that, ‘to go and see one druidical temple is only to see that it is nothing, for there is neither art nor power in it; and seeing one is quite enough’.”
“But sure, they could be more "anti-consumerist" by having a druidical gathering of eight friends in the middle of the forest and a picnic lunch.”
“Jean Houel, an artist in Louis XVI's court, declared in 1787 that they were Phoenician, while Charles de Brochtorff, who painted the Ggantija temple and excavated at Xaghra in the 1820s called them "druidical.”
“Marked by druidical signs, he knew immediately it would take him through the wall between the worlds to Avalon, as most Gates that had been used by druids did.”
“We dined this day at the house of Mr. Frazer of Streichton, who shewed us in his grounds some stones yet standing of a druidical circle, and what I began to think more worthy of notice, some forest trees of full growth.”
“I've always liked Lindsay's ring, an artifact from Roman times, and this one is similarly manly, with an ancient druidical flair.”
“If I'm going to wear a ring, I want one that has druidical flair, know what I mean?”
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Terms from the Standard Cipher Code of the American Railway Association, 1906. The terms were shorthand for common phrases used in telegraphic communications between station agents and Railway Asso...
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