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A man of little education; bred in camps; yet of a proud natural eminency, and rugged nobleness of genius and mind.
Is it your grace and goodness, or eminency in religion, that you are proud of?
He that hath not eminency of parentage and birth, if he have pride will make himself a gentleman by a lie.
His eminency above others hath made him a man of worship, for he had never been preferred, but that he was worth thousands.
He has in his hedge quarters somewhat the same pre-eminency as the man who takes a private parlour in an hotel.
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He has in his hedge quarters somewhat the same pre-eminency as the man who takes a private parlour in a hotel.
They were the foremost Asiatic people of their time, and were fully conscious of their pre-eminency.
They further agree in assigning to the Parthians a respectable military character, yet one of no very special eminency.
Whether his courage, constancy or faithfulness had the pre-eminency it is hard to determine.
His Eminency had ten, which were each drawn by only a Pair of Horses.

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