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eminence

Anatomy a projection of an organ or part

Eminence

, Eminency
a title used to address or refer to a cardinal
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"Your eminence is too good to remember such trifles in my favor.
"Everything that your eminence may please to command me," was the reply.
Coppenole proudly saluted his eminence, who returned the salute of the all-powerful bourgeois feared by Louis XI.
"Your eminence," replied the abbé, "wastes your politeness on these Flemish swine.
Unfortunately for D'Artagnan, among the spectators was one of his Eminence's Guardsmen, who, still irritated by the defeat of his companions, which had happened only the day before, had promised himself to seize the first opportunity of avenging it.
Porthos and Aramis were so engaged with their game, and Athos was watching them with so much attention, that they did not even perceive their young companion go out, who, as he had told the Guardsman of his Eminence, stopped outside the door.
if your eminence attempts calculations, I will promise you a pretty headache to-morrow!