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His majesty was saluted with hearty cheers from the multitude, such as greeted his father in the most palmy days of his reign.
The palmy days of Poland came to an end soon after the extinction of the dynasty of the Jagellons in 1572.
There is a fine religious nasality about these names that is strongly suggestive of the pulpit in the palmy days of the Puritans.
Brownsville was at the head of navigation on the Monongahela River in the palmy days of the old "pike."
His recollections of the old road are vivid, and he is fond of recounting incidents of its palmy days.
THE OLD PIKETHOMAS B. SEARIGHT
This was substantially the sole order of battle during the palmy days of Greece.
BATTLES OF ENGLISH HISTORYH. B. (HEREFORD BROOKE) GEORGE
Again the country was ransacked for witnesses, as in the palmy days of Baker and his men.
This institution is now a thing of the past, but the men who knew it in its palmy days speak of it still with longing and regret.
THE NEGRO PROBLEMBOOKER T. WASHINGTON, ET AL.
In the palmy days of Borne, Naples was a luxurious retreat for emperors and wealthy citizens of the great empire.
Even during those palmy days he exercised a power that for the most part was not virile, but crushing and inhuman.

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION