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- n. Plural form of vainglory.
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And you ash-tree a long brother of once called Pierpaolo, a memory is all I have of your vainglories as if at bottom ambition were to cast the last look from the last bridge.
And it happened again with the fall of communism in the final decade of this century -- each time leaving a vacuum that was filled by dangerous and suddenly reawakened nationalism, ravenous to clasp to its collective heart the vainglories of its prideful memories.
We are getting up our vainglories again, smoothing our peacock's plumes.
If he be a conceited man, full of self-admirations and vainglories, his egotism will disgust and repel.
God, than in the pomp and vainglories of this world. "