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  • We must assume that our apprentice does succeed in becoming a poet, that, sooner or later, a day arrives when his Censor is able to say truthfully and for the first time: “All the words are right, and all are yours.”

    Arts & Letters

  • Not detrimental to the point, just a minor correction! censor (or censur) appears in Latin as well, although I can't find an origin date for this, although the Romans did use the word Censor as a title for

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  • Mr. Censor is singular when he states (p. 40) “the male (of the camel) is much the safer animal to choose;” and the custom of t e universal Ease disproves his assertion.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • The first essay finds Montaigne comparing Marcus Porcius Cato, also known as the Censor, to his son Marcus Porcius Cato, also known as the Younger.

    Two-For-One Montaigne « So Many Books

  • "Cato the Censor was a parsimonious old fart," said Duronius.

    The Grass Crown

  • Cato the Censor was the typical Roman landowner, the type of the class which built up the great vested interest in land which always moved and dominated Rome.

    The Emancipation of Massachusetts

  • He engaged in a paper called the Censor, published in Mill's Weekly Journal; and by delivering his opinion with two little reserve, concerning some eminent wits, he exposed himself to their lashes, and resentment.

    The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland

  • The college was besieged by reporters who had heard rumors and wished to have them corroborated for exclusive publication in the "Censor" or "Advertiser" or "Star."

    When Patty Went to College

  • It is traced first to Lord Grenville, who received it from his tutor (afterwards Bishop of London), who had taken it as an anonymous poem from the 'Censor's book;' and with very little probability, it is doubtfully assigned to 'Lewis of the War

    Note Book of an English Opium-Eater

  • Allen West: 'I Meant Censure' The Press Over WikiLeaks, Not 'Censor' Top Stories


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