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  • In his essay of 1604, van Mander, known for his admira-tion of his fellow Northern artists, may simply have been using a eulogizing figure of speech.

    The Art of the Cool

  • When the pagan gods became Christian demons, clearly admira - tion for them turned to horror and there was no longer any possibility of equating the supernatural exclusively with the good.


  • King Agesilaus (for whom Xenophon felt great admira - tion) rose up and said that it was an old political principle with the Spartans in such cases to ask whether or not the illegal action had been to the advantage of the Spartan state.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Greeks does not render it less worthy of praise and admira - tion than any other arts, however ancient they may be ....


  • For Julia Ward Howe I had an immense admira - tion; but, though from first to last I saw much of her, I never felt that I really knew her.

    The Story of a Pioneer

  • The latter, understanding the spirit, if not the words, looked at O'Keefe with a twinkle of approval; turned then to the great Norseman and scanned him with admira-tion; reached out and squeezed one of the immense biceps.

    The Moon Pool

  • Que no le enturbia el pecho de los soberbios grandes el estado, page 10 ni del dorado techo se admira, fabricado del sabio moro, en jaspes sustentado.

    Modern Spanish Lyrics

  • Digital signage software admira digital networks 2010

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  • Give them the personal attention, respect & admira - tion they deserve.

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  • Exista un design jurnalistic minunat in aceste cazuri si putem admira si invata mult de la atat de multe titluri.


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