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The American people have summoned the change we celebrate today.
Phemius," she cried, "you know many another feat of gods and heroes, such as poets love to celebrate.
I will wrap him in sand, and pour tons of shingle round him, so that the Achaeans shall not know how to gather his bones for the silt in which I shall have hidden him, and when they celebrate his funeral they need build no barrow.
Melville's pen had rested for nearly ten years, when it was again taken up to celebrate the events of the Civil War.
Yet, sir, it is a solemn festival, which none should celebrate until there is reason to hope it is not mockery.
On the present occasion, the partners endeavored to celebrate the new year with some effect.
And every one shall know what it is about, that is, to celebrate my engagement to the Countess de Cintre.
Private Dormer was allowed to celebrate his repulse of Death by strong waters.
They couldn't wait a moment to celebrate the fifty dollars they had so easily earned.
It is felony, as I have just told you, for a Roman Catholic priest to celebrate a marriage which may be lawfully celebrated by a parochial clergyman, a Presbyterian mini ster, and a Non-conformist minister.
Lady Janet has issued invitations for one of her grand balls at Mablethorpe House; and sh e has caused the report to be circulated everywhere that the object of the festival is 'to celebrate the marriage of Mr.
I WENT down yesterday to the Piraeus with Glaucon the son of Ariston, that I might offer up my prayers to the goddess; and also because I wanted to see in what manner they would celebrate the festival, which was a new thing.