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The notion of "This living hand" as Keats's "final poem," like "Bright Star" similarly dated apocryphally, speaks less to its date of composition than to its theme.
It is said, probably apocryphally, that she was weary of adorers of the poet seeking admission to his shrine.
A brilliant pianist and mathematician, he is also, almost apocryphally, Israel's "most decorated soldier".
Moreover, Henry Fielding mocked in print the pretensions of women to classical learning, and apocryphally is said to have "teize[d] and taunt[ed]" Sarah for her efforts to improve her knowledge of the classics (381).
A recovery failure ratio of 70% is a recurring statistic apocryphally attributed to "analyst research.
467) is immediately counterpointed, apocryphally, by The Green Lodges (Ulysses, p.
1) Throughout, the Justices largely sat silent, leading Chief Justice Marshall to quip, perhaps apocryphally, that the "acme of judicial distinction means the ability to look a lawyer straight in the eye for two hours and not hear a damned word he says.
Asked how he could accept the resurrection of Christ, he apocryphally replied: "Credo quia absurdum" (l believe it because it is absurd).
80) Jonson clearly had read in the original Greek these somewhat mysterious syncretic texts, apocryphally assigned to "Orpheus.