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  • Meanwhile William Burden was cast as Captain Vere in a performance that was a bit croony at times often leaving him sounding more like Nemorino than a senior British naval officer.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • According to the various manuscripts, the monogram stands for the words vere dignum, or else for the whole formula; in the majority of instances the letters VD stand for the phrase Vere dignum et Justum est, which is followed by the rest of the context, oequum et, etc. In

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize

  • Did they talk together, the cold, the prudish Signorina Inglese -- so he called Vere now in his anger -- and the former decoy of Maria Fortunata?

    A Spirit in Prison

  • Just then he felt suddenly an invincible reluctance to call Vere's attention to the signs of age apparent in him.

    A Spirit in Prison

  • For my sake she had broken through her mysterious seclusion to call Vere and send him to my rescue.

    The Thing from the Lake

  • I smiled to myself, recalling Vere's rhapsodies of an hour ago.

    The Heart of Una Sackville

  • And I particularly don't care if they were written by an aristocrat named Edward de Vere, which is the contention of a new film called "Anonymous" that has raised hackles in academia.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Dr Natasha de Vere from the National Botanic Garden of Wales is leading the study along with her colleagues, Dr Tim Rich from the National Museum of Wales, and Professor Mike Wilkinson from Aberystwyth University.

    BBC News - Home

  • Faile managed to copy Mistress al'Vere's tone almost exactly, but he paid it no mind.

    The Shadow Rising

  • Master al'Vere's mouth fit awkwardly around the unfamiliar word.

    The Eye of the World


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