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Of external causes of cold the third is, a striving for preeminence between married partners, n. 248.
THE DELIGHTS OF WISDOM PERTAINING TO CONJUGIAL LOVEEMANUEL SWEDENBORG
Not only are the paths of preeminence untrodden; the purlieus of brutish ignorance are likewise unfrequented.
THE SOUL OF THE FAR EASTPERCIVAL LOWELL
He had never known youth, he had not therefore been disturbed by its pangs for instant preeminence.
MAX FARGUSOWEN JOHNSON
The intellectual preeminence of Mrs. Markham was equally, and no less ostentatiously, granted.
THE CRUSADE OF THE EXCELSIORBRET HARTE
They were in a continued quarrel contesting the preeminence.
THE EMPIRE OF AUSTRIA; ITS RISE AND PRESENT POWERJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
Even Josie Pye attained a certain preeminence as the sharpest-tongued young lady in attendance at Queen's.
ANNE OF GREEN GABLESLUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
The emperor Honorius was distinguished, above his subjects, by the preeminence of fear, as well as of rank.
THE HISTORY OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIREEDWARD GIBBON
Auvergne had formerly maintained a just preeminence among the independent states and cities of Gaul.
THE HISTORY OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIREEDWARD GIBBON
In less than a century, Constantinople disputed with Rome itself the preeminence of riches and numbers.
THE HISTORY OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIREEDWARD GIBBON
His third sister, Constantia, was distinguished by her preeminence of greatness and of misery.
THE HISTORY OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIREEDWARD GIBBON

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