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    1. Then, as a warbler she couldn’t see sounded a succession of clear notes, much as a herald announcing the entry of a long-awaited personage, rational thought re-asserted itself … the treacherous tussocks became nothing but grass again and the world fell back into balance

    2. On the decease of an important personage, slaves have to be sacrificed, guns and spears snapped, bow strings carefully cut, arrows split, and the odd utensils, such as plates, calabashes, &c, cracked; and thus the spirit of the departed native makes its exit in a manner befitting its rank, attended by the spirits of every needful commodity, from slaves to the deceased's ditty pipe

    3. On the death of any great personage, slaves were immediately sacrificed on the threshold

    4. Lord about the personage

    5. Father was a retired senior magistrate, a formidable personage, magisterial in his interactions

    6. Proudly they presented their cat to the guests - I was struck by the extraordinarily gracious personage he was

    7. Norman Douglas was rather a fine-looking personage in his way

    8. The Creator of All needs no religious personage to communicate through in order to make his truths known to you

    9. Name: Notability; designate; rank or status; individualism; jurisdiction; notoriety; personage; look up what the name means; could be about the

    10. within the region as a revolutionary personage

    11. The other was tall and powerfully built but was heavily laden with all manner of paraphernalia that an important personage might need in his travels

    12. important personage might need in his travels

    13. Intrigued for knowing more of this peculiar personage and considering the fact that I would have to support his presence in the future days, I decided to obtain information from the cleanliness personnel

    14. I liked Leonardo's closeness: his strong and vigorous musculature, his aura of ethereal personage and his indigo eyes such as the seas of Eisenbaum

    15. As objective man , He is the mysterious (to the profane-- the ever invisible, yet ever present) Personage, about whom legends are rife in

    16. Chunder Shan had a perturbed feeling that the suite was not suitable to such an exalted personage as the Devi, and though she sought to make him feel at ease in her presence, he was glad when she dismissed him and he bowed himself out

    17. " When Pilate heard this, he was all the more afraid, not only of the Jews, but recalling his wife's note and the Greek mythology of the gods coming down on earth, he now trembled at the thought of Jesus possibly being a divine personage

    18. It was seen to be the action of a spiritual leader or divine personage

    19. ” As Paul studied the personage in front of him, a couple of angelic beings unexpectedly appeared on each of his father's sides … and they started to confer with him

    20. This was the personage he was about to meet

    21. A personage that held such an exalted position of power which commanded great reverence, and meeting him would be deadly serious

    22. He utilizes the gods as powerful symbols of the cosmic forces that are within human beings, but, through the personage of Ulysses, he gives more importance to humans than to the gods

    23. I tried to wake up from the unholy nightmare that was just beginning, but became more entrenched as my mother removed her clothing and stood in perfect nakedness before the angelic personage whose light filled the chapel, not a flaw or blemish on her body and it was no wonder that he couldn’t resist her innocent beauty

    24. She could cook very well, almost as well as that great personage the Shuttleworth cook, but she could only cook if there were things to be cooked; and what she found at Creeper Cottage was the rest of the ginger biscuits and sardines

    25. personage dates, in idea,back to the servants of the Celestina

    26. personage as a prophet of truth, and the Pontius Pilate

    27. remarkable personage, and his career and fate could not

    28. with the central personage in their story; the explanation

    29. One of these was, as we have seen, a meek personage,

    30. Banus, who is the only historical personage mentioned by

    31. Oriental potentates once had slaves stirring the air around them with huge fans and feathers in order to keep flies from landing on their royal personage

    32. personage involved and actually „feel and be' them

    33. would not have known of the personage in question

    34. "A-ach!" Razumihin was exclaiming, but at that moment the door opened and a personage came in who was a stranger to all present

    35. "Where," repeated the same personage, without taking any heed of him whatever, "are the papers of this prisoner?"

    36. I do not dispute that he may have contributed to accelerate the course of events by the moral influence, so to say, of the affront; but as to the general conduct and moral characteristics of that personage, I am in agreement with you

    37. A distinguished personage happened to visit the school that morning, and Amy's beautifully drawn maps received praise, which honor to her foe rankled in the soul of Miss Snow, and caused Miss March to assume the airs of a studious young peacock

    38. For what greater nonsense can there be in connection with what we are now discussing than for an infant to appear in swaddling clothes in the first scene of the first act, and in the second a grown-up bearded man? Or what greater absurdity can there be than putting before us an old man as a swashbuckler, a young man as a poltroon, a lackey using fine language, a page giving sage advice, a king plying as a porter, a princess who is a kitchen-maid? And then what shall I say of their attention to the time in which the action they represent may or can take place, save that I have seen a play where the first act began in Europe, the second in Asia, the third finished in Africa, and no doubt, had it been in four acts, the fourth would have ended in America, and so it would have been laid in all four quarters of the globe? And if truth to life is the main thing the drama should keep in view, how is it possible for any average understanding to be satisfied when the action is supposed to pass in the time of King Pepin or Charlemagne, and the principal personage in it they represent to be the Emperor Heraclius who entered Jerusalem with the cross and won the Holy Sepulchre, like Godfrey of Bouillon, there being years innumerable between the one and the other?

    39. And that personage who appears there with a crown on his head and a sceptre in his hand is the Emperor Charlemagne, the supposed father of Melisendra, who, angered to see his son-in-law's inaction and unconcern, comes in to chide him; and observe with what vehemence and energy he chides him, so that you would fancy he was going to give him half a dozen raps with his sceptre; and indeed there are authors who say he did give them, and sound ones too; and after having said a great deal to him about imperilling his honour by not effecting the release of his wife, he said, so the tale runs,

    40. personage of gigantic stature enveloped rather than clad in a gown of the deepest black, the skirt of which was of prodigious dimensions

    41. A personage, who it appeared afterwards was a physician, placed himself standing by his side with a whalebone wand in his hand

    42. A skiff covered with rich carpets and cushions of crimson velvet was immediately lowered into the water, and as Don Quixote stepped on board of it, the leading galley fired her gangway gun, and the other galleys did the same; and as he mounted the starboard ladder the whole crew saluted him (as is the custom when a personage of distinction comes on board a galley) by exclaiming "Hu, hu, hu," three times

    43. But that Manifesto, signed by a personage now removed from Europe to Asia, and by a man, moreover, who if true to himself, to his conception of patriotism and to his family tradition could not have put his hand to it with any sincerity of purpose, is now divested of all authority

    44. Dantes obeyed, and commenced what he called his history, but which consisted only of the account of a voyage to India, and two or three voyages to the Levant until he arrived at the recital of his last cruise, with the death of Captain Leclere, and the receipt of a packet to be delivered by himself to the grand marshal; his interview with that personage, and his receiving, in place of the packet brought, a letter addressed to a Monsieur Noirtier—his arrival at Marseilles, and interview with his father—his affection for Mercedes, and their nuptual feast—his arrest and subsequent examination, his temporary detention at the Palais de Justice, and his final imprisonment in the Chateau d'If

    45. Under any other circumstances, Franz would have found it impossible to resist his extreme curiosity to know more of so singular a personage, and with that intent have sought to renew their short acquaintance; but in the present instance, the confidential nature of the conversation he had overheard made him, with propriety, judge that his appearance at such a time would be anything but agreeable

    46. Albert, besides being an elegant, well-looking young man, was also possessed of considerable talent and ability; moreover, he was a viscount—a recently created one, certainly, but in the present day it is not necessary to go as far back as Noah in tracing a descent, and a genealogical tree is equally estimated, whether dated from 1399 or merely 1815; but to crown all these advantages, Albert de Morcerf commanded an income of 50,000 livres, a more than sufficient sum to render him a personage of considerable importance in Paris

    47. Behind her, but in deep shadow, was the outline of a masculine figure; but the features of this latter personage it was not possible to distinguish

    48. " This fresh allusion to Byron [*] drew a smile to Franz's countenance; although he could but allow that if anything was likely to induce belief in the existence of vampires, it would be the presence of such a man as the mysterious personage before him

    49. other he took off his hat respectfully; then, turning to the singular personage who had caused

    50. Franz, who seemed attracted by some invisible influence towards the count, in which terror was strangely mingled, felt an extreme reluctance to permit his friend to be exposed alone to the singular fascination that this mysterious personage seemed to exercise over him, and therefore made no objection to Albert's request, but at once accompanied him to the desired spot, and, after a short delay, the count joined them in the salon

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    important person influential person personage dignitary vip celebrity somebody star brass human being person woman man