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  • adj. Capitoline; relating to the Capitol in Ancient Rome.


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  • The small section of Southard Avenue that lay between St. James and Capitolian was my world.

    Wait Till Next Year

  • It is a city of hills, far more famous than those of Rome: for all Europe has heard of Sion and of Calvary, while the Arab and the Assyrian, and the tribes and nations beyond, are as ignorant of the Capitolian and Aventine Mounts as they are of the Malvern or the

    Tancred Or, The New Crusade

  • _With the consent of_ SUPREME JOVE, '-- [the Capitolian, the god of state] --' inform

    The Philosophy of the Plays of Shakspere Unfolded

  • It is _Rome_ that lies stretched out there upon her hills, in all her visible greatness and claims to reverence; it is Rome with her Capitolian crown, forth from which the Roman matron steps, and with no softer cushion than the flint, in the dust at the rebel's feet, kneels '_to show_' -- as she tells us -- to show as clearly as the conditions of the exhibition allow it to be exhibited, DUTY as mistaken, -- '_as_ mistaken,' -- _all the while_ between _the child_ and _parent_.

    The Philosophy of the Plays of Shakspere Unfolded


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