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  • Delusions of Grandeur is a false belief that one is more important or powerful than they really are.

    Apologies and Clarifications 2

  • Delusions of Grandeur is a false belief that one is more important or powerful than they really are.

    Apologies and Clarifications 3

  • Delusions of Grandeur is a false belief that one is more important or powerful than they really are.

    Cordoves, Joaquin

  • His first recorded single, "3 Nudes in a Purple Garden" from Hardkiss 'Delusions Of Grandeur is one of those big choons, that's now out of print, and supposedly changes hands for as much as $200 on ebay.

    Monkey! (Music (For Robots))

  • Bishops in France have the title of "Grandeur"; the envelope would, accordingly, be addressed: "A sa

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize

  • "Grandeur," said Pangloss, "is extremely dangerous according to the testimony of philosophers.

    Candide

  • Grandeur marks the neoclassic theater's entrance, with massive stairs leading up to arched entranceways and, eventually, to crystal-windowed wood doors guarded by iron gargoyles.

    Durango's colonial architecture: eleven quarry stone gems

  • The current exhibition at the Wordsworth Trust Museum in Grasmere, Savage Grandeur and Noblest Thoughts: Discovering the Lake District, 1750-1820 rectifies this neglect, vividly demonstrating how artists, as well as writers, chose to see, or failed to see, the view before them.

    A passion for painting in the Lake District

  • But the works in Savage Grandeur and Noblest Thoughts catch a particular moment in the way people looked at, responded to, and represented landscape.

    A passion for painting in the Lake District

  • Work had stopped at the plant, which produces the Sonata and Grandeur sedans, around 0540 GMT Thursday after an employee committed suicide there.

    Toyota Drives Tokyo Lower

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