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The Government of England will never rise to so exalted a pitch of glory, nor will its end be so fatal.

Life in the community must be exalted, and fitted to become the representative of spiritual life.

To Hildebrand she says that if her scheme had been successful "at my exalted name posterity would bow."

For the moment he was exalted by this instant revulsion against anything calculating in his passion.

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Men and women of exalted rank lent their countenance to the holy work.

Stories got into print about his rude bearing towards people, sometimes towards ladies of the most exalted position.

They were continually inquiring, how there is so much misery in the nature of the human race, which is so exalted and excellent.

They have exempted no classes from military services; they have honored and exalted the army more than any other interest.

They exalted the unknown Disraeli out of sheer delight at his Byronic ability to irradiate everything with romance.

It swept over the keys, as if the enthusiasm 200 of an exalted spirit were communicated to every pulse and sinew.

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