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  • n. Alternative form of epigram.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A small fillet of game, poultry, lamb, or other delicate meat prepared and served as an entrĂ©e.


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  • We are now, it must be remembered, in the time of Louis XV, the time of beautiful gaiety and light sarcasm, of epigramme, and miniature, and of all that declared itself _multum in parvo_.

    The Tapestry Book

  • She had anticipated entertaining the bridegroom-elect at luncheon, and had ordered lobster-cream and an _epigramme d'agneau a la Russe_ as suitable delicacies; she expected confidential consultation and delightful plans; she had even speculated on so managing that the double event: -- Angela Bradley's marriage with Errington and Katherine's with

    A Crooked Path A Novel

  • I recommend you read the whole piece, but here are what I consider the essential points (after the exhortationalistic epigramme at the top of this entry).

    Management by Baseball

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