anonymous

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Except Virgil and this anonymous rhymer, I can recall no verse about cheese.

I received an anonymous letter, in a hand-writing I did not recognize.

More than probably Lyttleton had been the other anonymous informant.

The two had something written on them--anonymous information, so to speak.

It is not certain now that the anonymous beginning had been a good thing.

I opened it and found it to be anonymous, but I could see it came from a well-wisher.

Before his time our journalism was not only anonymous, but impersonal.

The anonymous author had taken much trouble about this work.

Barbier's work deals with French anonymous and pseudonymous books.

In 1831 an anonymous romance was published by Marsh & Capen, of Boston.

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