antique

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They are what modern life has contributed to the antique ideal of friendship.

So far she had only been set to do landscape, and laborious drawings of casts from the antique.

As Raphael is supposed to have said, all that was lacking to him was knowledge of the antique.

And for art-lovers, what perennial beauty of an antique art is here.

Here, indeed, is an up-to-date hermit, not an antique troglodyte.

And you remember that I had admired it, this antique relic of art.

The vastness of the antique press seemed brightened and all refreshed by them.

Our admiration of the antique is not admiration of the old, but of the natural.

That depot-wagon was an antique and antiques are valuable these days.

If I wasn't an antique and married already I don't know but I'd be getting into line.

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