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Who could doubt that such mighty notes of preparation were to usher in some magnum opus, worthy of the expectations thus excited?
She no doubt longed to see me perform the magnum opus, but the gentle Armelline would not allow me to go so far.
THE MEMOIRES OF CASANOVA, COMPLETEJACQUES CASANOVA DE SEINGALT
I have now got my magnum opus off my hands, and hope to send you a copy next month.
JAMES GEIKIEMARION I. NEWBIGIN
But all these activities and productions were more or less side issues, or preparations for a magnum opus, or rather magna opera.
This is my magnum opus, very dear, very clear, very well preserved.
The work is fascinating and the magnum opus, when perfected, is of considerable value.
CHATS ON MILITARY CURIOSSTANLEY C. JOHNSON
He regarded his organ in St. Paul's Cathedral (rebuilt in 1899), as his magnum opus.
Thence the Cathedral—to be the magnum opus of the good Archbishop.
The magnum opus so far conducted did not wholly displease me, and yet it was not good enough to urge me forward in the task.
FAR OFF THINGSARTHUR MACHEN
Magnetised electricity is the first matter of the magnum opus.

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