Thesaurus / aspirants
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In too many instances, the sublimity of genius was meagerly illustrated by these aspirants for notoriety.

A medical officer examines the aspirants for clerkships and for the places of carriers and laborers.

It is not an easy goal to attain, as the crowd of aspirants dream, nor is the reward luxurious when it is attained.

On the other hand, its advantages and attractions for employees and aspirants of every kind and degree are not mediocre.

While Calcraft was in office other aspirants to fame appeared in the field.

Still, as this view of aspirants to her hand amused her, she encouraged her father in his efforts.

The Honor of the NameEmile Gaboriau

Next he was invited to act as judge between Hyrcnus and Aristoblus, two aspirants to the Jewish throne.

The economic disparity between the aspirants and the current members is numbing.

After the RainSam Vaknin

By the route he sent me, and all the aspirants to become land-holders in the Antelope Valley, viz.

The psychology of the day, however, was a bit too involved for these aspirants.

GargoylesBen Hecht


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