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He had many followers, and we find him commemorated and praised by most of the wits of his time.
TEN THOUSAND WONDERFUL THINGSEDMUND FILLINGHAM KING
The charm of his "softer hour" has been commemorated by one of those friends in imperishable verse.
The first gentleman, commemorated by that name on an existing monument, is John Daundelion who died in 1445.
In many cases the religious background of the legend is preserved by the annual ceremonial that commemorated it.
The death of Cardinal Fisher was said to have been commemorated by this.
Therefore it was eminently fitting that his greatness and worth should be commemorated by a public tribute.
RYERSON MEMORIAL VOLUMEJ. GEORGE HODGINS
Naturally the event has been commemorated in stone and bronze.
SOUTH AMERICA TO-DAYGEORGES CLEMENCEAU
This interview between Harold and the king is commemorated on the Bayeux tapestry by the opposite uncouth design.
It had a dim memory of some old-time slaughter—perhaps of Danes—commemorated in its play of Hock Tuesday.
What was the origin of this art, or who were the people it commemorated, was a matter of uncertainty.
THE HITTITESA. H. SAYCE

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