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  • adv. In the manner of a hagiography


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  • Even scholars and academics are apt to write about him hagiographically, calling him a "national folk hero," for in both Taiwan and mainland China he is revered for his defeat of the Dutch and his loyalty to the Ming against the Manchu Qing. 7

    How Taiwan Became Chinese

  • How to get the New York Times to profile you hagiographically: "Knowledge has released me from this backward thinking"...

    Saturday, March 11, 2006

  • The second Great Man in Burns's account, Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington, is treated almost as hagiographically as Armstrong, though less accurately.

    Not Quite All That Jazz


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