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This style of the decadence is the "dernier mot" of Verbe, summoned to express all and to venture to the very extremes.
Unlike those feathered Romans of the Decadence, we moderns settle for one meal at a sitting, and let it digest in peace.
So long as England produces men of this metal she need not fear the decadence of the race.
They had reached the period of decadence, and were often heard boasting of the illustrious Charlotte.
It is the fruit of a decadence, not the mature product of a full-blown art, which has taken centuries to grow and ripen.
As matter of fact, decadence in surgery is noted immediately after his death.
In France such a public, demanding texts for reading, did not arise till the decadence of the epic.
Is there any symptom of decadence more sure than when the moral temperature suddenly rises above normal?
HUMANLY SPEAKINGSAMUEL MCCHORD CROTHERS
Mental soundness is merged in unsoundness by degrees of decadence which are so small as to be practically inappreciable.
The decadence of literature began insensibly with the invention of printing, and has been proceeding ever since.
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