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Bartholdi cherished and valued the physical world, as he made quite clear in his letters and diaries.

John Thavis, author of The Vatican Diaries called the document an earthquake.

The Vampire Diaries sets an unrealistic precedence for both magical creatures and teenage hotness in small town America.

He frequented Turkish baths and commented in his diaries of the physical virtues of sailors.

Her diaries, released much later, revealed a far more passionate woman than the ramrod-backed public image allows.

Personal diaries, journals and letters were frequently used during colonial days to describe ideas and events.

He is mentioned in numerous diaries and letters of the period.

They appeared to be, and indeed were, diaries, but they were not Mr. Milburgh's diaries.

His father was a Tory, and, so far as the diaries of the prison mates show, made no attempt to visit his son in prison.

From the Font-Anza diaries, together with that of Crespi, certain tentative conclusions may be reached.


On this page you'll find 72 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to diaries, such as: affidavit, archive, bill, certificate, certification, and citation.

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