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The poet today, notwithstanding all the discoveries of science, and the accumulated learning of mankind, enjoys no advantage over Homer.
If we are wise enough to preserve the Union we may for ages enjoy an advantage similar to that of an insulated situation.
You must enjoy it very much, mademoiselle," added the viscount.
I have heard Monsieur d'Artagnan spoken of as a very brave young man," said the citizen; "and this reputation which he justly enjoys had decided me to confide a secret to him.
you will, my lord duke, easily comprehend that the honor fairly doubles the pleasure one enjoys.
Such is the indifference with which acts of violence are regarded in the wilderness, and such the immunity an armed ruffian enjoys beyond the barriers of the laws, that the only punishment this desperado met with, was a rebuke from the leader of the party.
Unselfishness recognises infinite variety of type as a delightful thing, accepts it, acquiesces in it, enjoys it.
when the king of France is the only person in my country who enjoys that distinction?
This knowledge shot through him with the same thrill of discovery that a man enjoys when he first finds what an escape from the solidity of fact lies in liquor.
It is one of the few compensations a fugitive pursued by a crowd enjoys that, while he has space for his manoeuvres, those who pursue are hampered by their numbers.
Archer; but, lest she should be thought to have committed herself in advance, she added, with the sweetest look: "Henry always enjoys seeing you, dear Adeline; and he will wish to congratulate Newland.
Tulkinghorn, sitting in the twilight by the open window, enjoys his wine.