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Fortunately, the filmmakers themselves have answered at least a few of the questions that arise from their ominous opus, which is now available on Amazon and other VOD platforms.
Ryan Day and Ohio State’s coaching staff conducted their magnum opus against Clemson.
For his own part, he was little concerned with the labels others put on his opus.
When I recently finished writing the story of my data, the magnum opus fit on fewer than two dozen printed pages.
He regarded his organ in St. Paul's Cathedral (rebuilt in 1899), as his magnum opus.
A wall so faced looked as if covered with a net (B in Fig. 59) and was therefore called opus rticultum.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
To behold “Diana unveiled” was equivalent in alchemical terminology to attaining the magnum opus.
DEVIL-WORSHIP IN FRANCEARTHUR EDWARD WAITE
The works that bear a higher opus number than 65 were published after the composer's death by Fontana.
The Waltz without opus number and the Sonata, Op. 4, are likewise posthumous publications.
But to determine what these propositions are, is the opus magnum of the more recondite mental philosophy.

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