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In place of a more suitable description, they may be designated as beautifully formed poetic eloquence.
The room which contained the apple-faced and harmless looking little scribe was designated "Chamber of Death Warrants."
ROBERT TOURNAYWILLIAM SAGE
In all the foremost carriage and wagon centres the various styles of striping are designated by specific names.
It had been easier to remember something which Peter designated secretly as her soul.
RED FLEECEWILL LEVINGTON COMFORT
The two priests paused to listen to the witnesses' denunciations of Apleon, whom they designated "The Beast."
If Lewis really wished for peace, he must bring himself to recognise the Sovereigns whom he had so often designated as usurpers.
He designated Major John Buttrick to lead the companies to effect this object.
The rooms were designated by names, as in the taverns of Old England.
Abraham was designated "the father of the faithful, the friend of God."
COWLEY'S TALKS ON DOCTRINEMATTHIAS F. COWLEY
The angles of regular polygons are designated by their degrees of angle, "at the centre" and "at the circumference."

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