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  • n. Plural form of anarch.


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  • No mail whatever is permitted to be delivered to the 'Leader,' the party daily in Milwaukee, "etc. On the other hand, against the terrible" anarchs "who had so outraged his own gentle spirit and sense of order, he even fulminated outside the

    The Red Conspiracy

  • And hoary anarchs, demagogues, and sage — names which the world thinks always old,

    The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley

  • But he locates the most deadly and persisting violence with the anarchs.

    Shelley, Adorno, and the Scandal of Commited Art

  • Russian anarchs and all the older England that is buried under

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton

  • Even those who are not professionally on the side of the musical anarchs find it somewhat unventuresome, too smooth and soft and elegantly elegiac, too dull.

    Musical Portraits Interpretations of Twenty Modern Composers

  • The handful of anarchs cannot pacify Mexico, because Mexico does not need pacifying.

    The Trouble Makers of Mexico

  • And all that saved it, the desire of a portion of the anarchs to loot, by forced contribution, the gringos who had found and developed the oil fields!

    Our Adventurers in Tampico

  • The statesmanship of Ferdinand showed itself in a more favorable light in the measures taken to reduce the nobles, feudal anarchs as they were, to fear of the law.

    The Age of the Reformation

  • The pretty classic notion of the torch of artistic tradition gently burning as it is passed on from generation to generation receives a shock when confronted by the methods of the hopeful young anarchs of the Grand Palais.

    Promenades of an Impressionist

  • The Mexican anarchs have not been slow to appreciate the advantages of their position and to indulge in license where that license could only be chastised at the fearful price of a war with the

    The Joint Expedition to Mexico


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