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  • You will loose respect, Joanna, if you persist in accepting invitations to appear on television, enjoy the results and the reclame, and then publicly bite the hand that feeds you by discouraging people to watch.

    auntie joanna writes

  • -- Un autre a fini son temps, et est toujours détenu; elle reclame ses droits.

    The Journal of Negro History, Volume 1, January 1916

  • A quaint carriage, a groom whom he called Anchise, marvelous dinners, thirty-one waistcoats bought in one month, with the intention of bringing this number to three hundred and sixty-five, were only a few of the number of bizarre things, which astonished for a moment his feminine friends, and which he laughingly called _reclame_.

    Women in the Life of Balzac

  • And the sea cried to the hills and the hills answered the sea, till the city rose like a widow and cast away her weeds, and toiled for her daily bread; toiled steadily, toiled cunningly, -- perhaps with some bitterness, with a touch, of reclame, -- and yet with real earnestness, and real sweat.

    The Souls of Black Folk

  • "_Une mariage de reclame_," observed Miss Van Arsdale.

    Success A Novel

  • The art which descends to reclame is no art be it lauded a hundred or a thousand-fold.

    William of Germany

  • I do not believe that your great protagonists in the domain of science, either in ancient Greece or in Italy or in the Renaissance period ever had recourse to a reclame such as nowadays is often made in the press in order to bring their ideas into prominence, but worked as

    William of Germany

  • Y por ser natural no considero prematuro el que la mujer filipina reclame ese derecho, como ya lo han reclamado y obtenido sus congéneres en otras partes del mundo.

    The Woman and the Right to Vote

  • Lord Boom's prize and the amount of reclame involved, and it was at his request that I named my first navigable balloon Lord Roberts Alpha.

    Tono Bungay

  • And the sea cried to the hills and the hills answered the sea, till the city rose like a widow and cast away her weeds, and toiled for her daily bread; toiled steadily, toiled cunningly, -- perhaps with some bitterness, with a touch, of reclame, -- and yet with real earnestness, and real sweat.

    The Souls of Black Folk

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