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  • n. Plural form of verteber.

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  • The Shaksperean compositions, on vertebers and framework of the primary passions, portray (essentially the same as Homer’s,) the spirit and letter of the feudal world, the Norman lord, ambitious and arrogant, taller and nobler than common men—with much underplay and gusts of heat and cold, volcanoes and stormy seas.

    Robert Burns as Poet and Person. November Boughs

  • The Shaksperean compositions, on vertebers and framework of the primary passions, portray (essentially the same as Homer's,) the spirit and letter of the feudal world, the Norman lord, ambitious and arrogant, taller and nobler than common men -- with much underplay and gusts of heat and cold, volcanoes and stormy seas.

    November Boughs ; from Complete Poetry and Collected Prose

  • The Shaksperean compositions, on vertebers and frame-work of the primary passions, portray (essentially the same as

    Complete Prose Works Specimen Days and Collect, November Boughs and Goodbye My Fancy

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