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Several biographers wrote that he used the skill to his political advantage as an up-and-coming lawmaker, often taking the older wives of powerful congressmen for a spin.
Giles Jacob died; an English law writer, biographer, and lexicographer.
William Roscoe, an English biographer and miscellaneous writer, died.
I do not mean to be his biographer, however, though my partiality for him will be a sufficient apology for a slight sketch.
But how can a conscientious biographer help this ungraciousness and inaccommodativeness?
His biographer insists that there was nothing in the affair but friendship.
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A word may perhaps be said here of Irving as an historian and biographer.
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Pezpeza's biographer and interpreter tells thus of his wonderful frontier life and adventures.
I felt myself the most fortunate biographer in the world, as undoubtedly I was, though not just in the way that I first imagined.
Some of his expressions (says his biographer) imply much good-humour in this last extremity.

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