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The great name inseparably and immortally linked with it is that of Stanley.

Like Keats and Shelley, he was, and he looked, of the immortally young.

There is no load too heavy for this immortally designed fabric of flesh and blood and bone to bear.

Once in a while you penetrate through the crust of the old sameness, and see the statue forever new and immortally young.

They had not even comic satirists to keep their names alive "immortally immerded."

World-old it all was, with reference to the human life of it; but the spring-time was immortally young in the landscape.

Two fine religions, immortally planted on the mature, eternal obsessions of the people: the ancient phallus, and "Vive Barbs!"

Nay, and more, immortally, without the slip I was guilty of when I carried the bag of wine.'

The coyness, the difficulty, and the denial of Alice: was it not immortally written into the record by Lamb himself?

And far within all forms that change, they confront all men forevermore in things that immortally abide.

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