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He has done better than any other among the witnesses of Lucifer in his gleanings from Éliphas Lévi.
DEVIL-WORSHIP IN FRANCEARTHUR EDWARD WAITE
In going over the ground surveyed by him and by many other scholars I have been able to add but slight gleanings of my own.
The Journal grows dry and devoid of dramatic interest, and our gleanings from it will be few.
GEORGE FOXGEORGE FOX
With a dip into a volume called Days of the Spinning Wheel, we bring our old-time gleanings to a close.
LITERARY BYWAYSWILLIAM ANDREWS
Any one who wishes it can find the estimates set out in detail in the third and seventh volumes of "The Gleanings."
I was afraid; but with my rural gleanings in my lap, opened the door of her chamber.
"Now let us hear a chapter of the gleanings," said her father.
There were gems of poetry in that sermon, too; little gleanings from nature here and there.
BETH WOODBURNMAUD PETITT
After you, however, one would have merely gleanings, for soon you will have captured all the curiosities of the department.
BOUVARD AND PCUCHETGUSTAVE FLAUBERT
Deering owned, at that time, not much more than a million dollars—the gleanings of thirty-five industrious years.
THE ROMANCE OF THE REAPERHERBERT NEWTON CASSON

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