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An impression of elegant ease every where characterizes this part of the city.

The latter lies at the foundation of the man; it is his proper selfthe peculiar thing that characterizes him as an individual.

Spare HoursJohn Brown

The enthusiasm which characterizes the man of genius, borders upon insanity.

So far as 'blue' and 'mauve' are concerned, 'blue' is the colour of Vishnu and characterizes most of his incarnations.

Returning to the river beach, I perceived the same pebble drift which characterizes higher latitudes.

They began to enter into the merry spirit of revelry which characterizes such entertainments in the cities of the Old World.

These were both western men, animated with the spirit of exploratory enterprise which characterizes that people.

What characterizes Columbus is the penetration and extreme accuracy with which he seizes the phenomena of the external world.

Yet it would be difficult to say in which all that characterizes real patriotism, and real religion, most truly resides.

There was none of that eager curiosity which characterizes the unsophisticated African, but a dignified bearing and frank speech.

Stanley in AfricaJames P. Boyd

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