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But still the likeness came out, and the future chancellor could in no way aspire to be an initiator.
THE ARENAVARIOUS
And in this respect he was again an initiator in Florentine art.
FILIPPO LIPPIPAUL G. KONODY
As the initiator and inspirer of the expedition, Kane was the natural head of it, but there were difficulties in the way.
But for all his incalculable indebtednesses, Wagner is the great initiator, the compeller of the modern period.
MUSICAL PORTRAITSPAUL ROSENFELD
Paris-Commune again resumed her part as the capital of France, again became the national initiator.
The initiator was still living, but she was old and ill, and her circle had long been dispersed.
Plato is the great founder of idealism, the initiator of all subsequent truths in philosophy.
It has sometimes been stated that Mr. Ruskin was an initiator, but this is not strictly the case.
Its initiator was Valentine Hauy, the mineralogist, to whom a statue has been erected in the principal courtyard.
OLD AND NEW PARIS, V. 2HENRY SUTHERLAND EDWARDS
Its past so full of grandeur had prepared it for the part of initiator, civiliser and liberator.

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION