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He seems to be saying we’ve entered a new age of stability and nobility.
Isaacson also argues that the pandemic will permanently remake science itself, “reminding scientists of the nobility of their mission” and reversing long-standing trends toward commercialized research.
He had a certain element of nobility, a concern with art and literature for its own sake.
He gives a list of the sponsors of the baptized Indians, who included many of the French nobility and clergy.
But all men at times betray themselves, and some betrayals, if scarcely clever, are not without nobility.
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He was the man made for the time—precisely the middle term between the reign of the nobility and the reign of the populace.
The Connecticut tobacco grower is in all respects a man of genuine refinement and nobility of soul.
With one of the sisters, who was allied to the nobility, she formed a strong friendship, which continued through life.
This slight acquaintance with the nobility of France did not, however, elevate them in her esteem.
This body consisted of the nobility, the higher clergy, and representatives, chosen by the people from all parts of France.

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