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Yet the scenery for this annus mirabilis production has always been rather flimsy.
It was an annus mirabilis for the hideous (Putin, Assad, Cyrus), an annus horribilis for just about everyone else.
The year 1814 was an annus mirabilis for England, as will be seen as it is unfolded.
Only in a single poem, that of the "Annus Mirabilis," in 1671, had he given any true indications of his surpassing powers.
This has been everywhere an 'annus mirabilis' for bad weather, and it continues here still.
Dryden also describes it in his Annus Mirabilis, commencing at verse 212.
So it really is not surprising that 1755 is an annus mirabilis to me.
On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to annus mirabilis, such as: amazing thing, extraordinary year, lollapalooza, marvelment, nine days' wonder, and notable year.
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