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But I should suggest a suspension of your critique of the banker, for here he comes.

There is a good account of it in Humboldt's Examen critique, tom.

It is an essential of Dickens, and is therefore of vast import to any critique on him.

See Jrdens I, p. 117, probably depending on the critique in the Allg.

This time he had mutilated a critique of an Ibsensite drama.

I hope, as a critique, it will be found "not wanting" (I do not mean not wanted).

She had sharpened her teeth on the "Critique of Pure Reason" in her prodigious teens.

Pratt wrote to R. that Henrik Wergeland was the author of the critique.

Three persons were asked to write the critique and declined.

In his critique on the "Night Thoughts," he makes a similar concession.

WORD ORIGIN

1702, restored French spelling of 17c. critick "art of criticism" (see critic), ultimately from Greek kritike tekhne "the critical art."

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