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The committee was composed of about twenty-five of the most prominent and most influential white men of Georgia.
Of course there were those who were opposed to any such recognition of the rights of the Negro, but the Board of Directors, composed of men who represented the best and most progressive element in the South, had their way, and voted to invite a black man to speak on the opening day.
I was asked now to speak to an audience composed of the wealth and culture of the white South, the representatives of my former masters.
Again, when lovers are coming forth, soft music often conducts them on the stage, either to soothe the audience with the softness of the tender passion, or to lull and prepare them for that gentle slumber in which they will most probably be composed by the ensuing scene.
With a slight inclination of her head she passed, hearing behind her Stepan Arkadyevitch's loud voice calling him to come up, and the quiet, soft, and composed voice of Vronsky refusing.
As this government is composed of small republics, it enjoys the internal happiness of each; and with respect to its external situation, it is possessed, by means of the association, of all the advantages of large monarchies.
The essential characteristic of the first is said to be, the restriction of its authority to the members in their collective capacities, without reaching to the individuals of whom they are composed.
This convention composed of men who possessed the confidence of the people, and many of whom had become highly distinguished by their patriotism, virtue and wisdom, in times which tried the minds and hearts of men, undertook the arduous task.
They considered that the Congress was composed of many wise and experienced men.
Many of Umm Kalthoum's popular songs were composed by Abdel Wahab as well, such as "Shall We Meet Tomorrow?
Supplementing my communication on "Poet-Pens in Prison Pens" (Autumn 1939), in which I enumerated a few writers who composed their works in prison cells, I will now refer to the poet Charles, Duke of Orleans, who, in 1415, composed Valentines while he was in jail after being taken prisoner in the battlg of Agincourt.
Aking Ligaya' (from the movie Deadma Walking) - composed by Eric Cabahug, arranged by Khalil Refuerzo, interpreted by Ahbby Sumaoang