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Although the absolute necessity of system, in the conduct of any business, is universally known and acknowledged, yet the high importance of it in national affairs has not yet become sufficiently impressed on the public mind.
This animal is universally known by a very peculiar noise which it makes when beneath the ground.
He was broad-shouldered and double-jointed, with short curly black hair, and a bluff but not unpleasant countenance, having a mingled air of fun and arrogance From his Herculean frame and great powers of limb he had received the nickname of BROM BONES, by which he was universally known.
It was connected with the tragical story of the unfortunate Andre, who had been taken prisoner hard by; and was universally known by the name of Major Andre's tree.
Miss Fanny was now in the difficult situation of being universally known in that light, and of not having dismissed Mr Sparkler, however capriciously she used him.
Bbali bbali," hurry, was almost universally known amongst GIs, as was "yogi," here, and "chogi," there.
It is now universally known as the Montessori Method.
But, according to the Swede's Manchester United team-mate Juan Mata, it seems as though the man universally known by just his first name (right) is pretty much always "Being Zlatan".
Butch", as he was affectionately and universally known, was quintessentially Winton; he was born, educated, married, worked, elected and, sadly yesterday, he died there.
Addleton - universally known as 'Aggie' - was recently chosen as one of eleven inductees to Coventry Rugby's hall of fame, following his 27-year playing and coaching career at the club.
The journalist said: "One thing Roger is not universally known for is the fact he virtually invented the Magnum.
It is the universally known and endlessly argued story of Judenstaat, the wonder of the postwar era, the Jewish state founded in 1948 on lands formerly known as Saxony, bordering Germany, Poland and Czechoslovakia .