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  • noun The activity of a cicerone; local guidance


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  • Under the kind ciceronage of Mrs. Edgar Jarvis, a former Toronto girl, we visited the new Victorian Order Hospital, which was opened yesterday.

    Janey Canuck in the West

  • Some of these Bobby knew, others he met, and not a few of them were well enough pleased to accept his society, if only to profit by his ciceronage as evening advanced.

    War-time Silhouettes

  • I went over two of these palaces, falling into the hands, at each, of English-speaking officials whose ciceronage was touched with a kind of rapture.

    Roving East and Roving West


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