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  • The Palace women had dressed her richly from the Queen's own store, in a deep-blue gown that twinkled with silver pendants, and her eyes, new-painted, glowed in the lamplight.

    The King Must Die

  • The Palace was like a skep of bees when a horse has kicked it; women running out with babies, pots and bundles, and stewards with precious things.

    The Bull From The Sea

  • His principal poems are The Palace of Honour (1501), and King Hart, both allegorical; but his great achievement was his translation of the Æneid in ten-syllabled metre, the first translation into

    A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature

  • The Palace woman of Ch'in was evidently one of the lower ranks of concubines who lived in the Women's Apartments and only appeared when sent for, not in one of the palaces given to ladies of higher rank.

    Fir-Flower Tablets: Poems Translated From the Chinese

  • The Palace Giraud Torlonia is a structure similar to the Cancellaria in its beautiful rhythmic articulation, its simplicity, and its monumental character.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne

  • The Palace was built in the so-called Azumaya style, a form of architecture which was also followed in noblemen's houses.

    Diaries of Court Ladies of Old Japan

  • The Palace stood on an easy slope; yet it had no more walls than a common dwelling-house might have, to keep thieves out and slaves in.

    The King Must Die

  •     The Palace of Artifice was a separate wing of the royal palace itself, flung off from the main buildings in a eruption of new construction.

    The Brothers' War


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