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Hence arises a truer measure in the definitive judgments of nations.

Les MisrablesVictor Hugo

For this very reason a set—what the publishers call a definitive edition—of Trollope will never be published.

Between the ages of ten and twelve, the child's definitive name was conferred.

Riem concluded in 1896 for a definitive period of 2,429 years; Observatory, vol.

Another unit had been halted to let the Artillery pass into its definitive place in the vast trek.

The Roll-CallArnold Bennett

This period of preservation, of definitive constitution with rational transformation, presents several varieties.

It was all in accordance with the Clementines, except that all definitive sentences required confirmation by the Congregation.

Henry James rewrote all of his novels and tales that he cared to preserve for the definitive edition.

Last of all—as if to mark its definitive decadence;—the mansion was occupied by some military-bed purveyors.

But they insisted, as a previous condition, that I should make a positive and definitive choice of a profession.

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