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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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Is to do what you most want, to live under the conditions that please you, in peace with yourself, to make a hash of life; and is it success to be an eminent surgeon with ten thousand a year and a beautiful wife?
Like many eminent actors, she was famous for the way in which she would utter one single expression in a play.
Fifty or more of the most eminent lawyers of that day tried to demolish these arguments, and failed.
Not one man in a thousand has accuracy of eye and judgment sufficient to become an eminent breeder.
At the present time, eminent breeders try by methodical selection, with a distinct object in view, to make a new strain or sub-breed, superior to anything existing in the country.
The other guest, who sat on my young lady's right hand, was an eminent public character--being no other than the celebrated Indian traveller, Mr.
How you have escaped them I can't imagine," says the eminent traveller, lighting his cheroot again, and staring hard at Mr.
But I was not an eminent traveller-- and my way in this world had not led me into playing ducks and drakes with my own life, among thieves and murderers in the outlandish places of the earth.
I would say, Eminent Bodymaster, that if a man should be wanted I should take it as an honour to be chosen to help the lodge.
With all respect to you, Eminent Bodymaster, I think it may matter very much to us.
I apologize, Eminent Bodymaster, to you and to every brother in this lodge if I have said more than I should.
Trainer Martyn Meade says he "wouldn't change" his runner's position closest to the rail in stall one, which may help Eminent replicate the front-running tactics that served him so well in a Group 2 in France last time.