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He had been in practise long and successfully enough to give a right claim to mastership.
ANTONIO STRADIVARIHORACE WILLIAM PETHERICK
It consisted in subjecting some of the docile herbivora more fully to human mastership.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
This was Edgar's first essay in domestic mastership, and it pained her, not unnaturally.
The moment he has got his seat and made his start, you are struck at once with the perfect mastership of his art.
The University began to consider him one of her first champions, and he was soon promoted to the mastership of Baliol College.
The San Francisco post-mastership was suggested to him again, but he put the temptation behind him.
Clemens was offered appointments for himself—a consulship, a post-mastership; even that of San Francisco.
He remembered proverbs about mastership, about women's love of brutality, their fondness for being overpowered.
The first thing that I did the next day was to visit the still unknown artist who had so brilliantly disclosed his mastership.
But more burdensome than Roman mastership was the literal serfdom of priestly misrule.

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