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  • "'Dominion' leads us through yet another hidden door in the haunted manion of our country's history," Francisco Goldman has said.

    The Elegant Variation:

  • "'Dominion' leads us through yet another hidden door in the haunted manion of our country's history," Francisco Goldman has said.

    WHERE WE WISH WE WERE TODAY

  • They returned not to the house which had been my Lord of Dunstanwolde's, but went to the Duke's own great manion {sic}, and there lived splendidly and in hospitable state.

    A Lady of Quality

  • Ond wedi dweud hynny, mae hi'n gyfrol bwysig ac yn un sydd yn gafael yn ei darllenydd oherwydd y manion sy'n serio'r cof.

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  • Mae cerrig milltir bras y rhyfel yn gyfarwydd i'r rhan fwyaf ond yn y manion mae'r pethau ysgytwol yn aml iawn.

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  • Dwi wedi gorfod rhoi'r ffidil yn y to gyda Brothers & Sisters (sori, Matthew Rhys!) gan fod manion fel wyneb plastig Rob Lowe, corff styllen Calista Flockhart a gormod o gwtsho siwgwrllyd yn mynd dan fy nghroen ac yn difetha'r mwynhad o'r rhaglen.

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    Michael Smerconish: PA: Two Patriot Politicians

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    Michael Smerconish: PA: Two Patriot Politicians

  • Now there chanced to be in one of the cathedral-mosques and Imßm, [FN#49] Abu Bakr hight, a ghostly man passing jealous and fulsome, who dwelt hard by the manion wherein the Prince and Mubarak abode; and he, when he heard of their lavish gifts and alms deeds, and honourable report, smitten by envy and malice and hatred, fell to devising how he might draw them into some calamity that might despoil the goods they enjoyed and destroy their lives, for it is the wont of envy to fall not save upon the fortunate.

    Arabian nights. English

  • Thus, in the last speech but one, of Hermes, I prefer Porson and Blomfield's [Greek: ei med 'atychon ti chala manion]; ” to the old combinations that include [Greek: eutyche] ” though there is no MS.

    The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett

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