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Nothing has been done to punish or disgrace these hateful innovators.
Among its descendants were innovators who developed a taste for tunnelling in sand and vegetable mould.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
The achievement of these two victorious innovators has only come to be fully understood in our own day.
The Dutchmen from about 1620 to 1670 were the most active innovators and path-breakers of modern art along all these lines.
But this minority was denounced by the orthodox as innovators and triflers.
Ideas which appeared best established are assailed by bold innovators.
Perhaps, but, to fully understand the arguments of the innovators, other considerations must come in.
The poets of the first class confessed their uneasiness at the success of the innovators.
It seemed as if New England was a region given up to the dreams of fancy, and the unrestrained experiments of innovators.
AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR INFLUENCEALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE ET AL.
The settlers of New England were at the same time ardent sectarians and daring innovators.
AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR INFLUENCEALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE ET AL.

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