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  • Protestant missionaries already well established in that city, but soon outstripped them in influence and zeal, as is shown by the fact that within two years the number of pupils in the Catholic school increased from 200 to over 400, with two churches, one in Urumiah and the other in Ardishai, the most populous village in the vicinity of

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • When 'Blackwood,' therefore, boldly denounces a lady of high rank as a modern Brinvilliers, and no sensation is produced, and no remonstrance follows, what can people in the New World suppose, but that Lady Byron's character was a point entirely given up; that her depravity was so well established and so fully conceded, that nothing was to be said, and that even the defenders of aristocracy were forced to admit it?

    Lady Byron Vindicated

  • The role of opioids as a euphoriant had been well established by Larry Stein and James Belluzzi at the University of California at Irvine.20 Furthermore, alcohol-craving behavior had been linked to deficiencies of the opioids.

    Alcohol and The Addictive Brain

  • The rulers of the Christians on the fishing coast having afterwards made up an army, supplied with what ammunitions of war, and other provisions which the country could furnish, passed over into the Isle of Ceylon, under the conduct of the prince and the forty lords; but the usurper was so well established in his possession, that the Paravas were forced to retire with speed into their own country.

    The Works of John Dryden

  • It is well established by extrinsic and instrinsic arguments.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • The arts are well established in a city only after sedentary culture has a long duration there. — the Muqaddimah of ibn khaldûn

    O Jerusalem

  • We have seen that at this time John Shakespeare was well established and thriving in business, and was making good headway in the confidence of the Stratfordians, being one of the constables of the borough.

    Shakespeare His Life Art And Characters

  • Marlowe's reputation was pretty well established when Shakespeare came along.

    The Dirty Duck

  • The fourth edition of the American Heritage Dictionary labels plus which “not well established in formal writing”; its editor, Joe Pickett, calls the usage “a bizarre construction that combines two conjunctions and has the force of a conjunctive adverb” indeed!

    The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

  • Thus roof terraces, two-story apartments, and “villas in the sky” were well established in New York City years before Le Corbusier proposed them in the Radiant City.

    Makeshift Metropolis


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