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In considering some of the extreme examples, we must revise our idea that art is or should be always beautiful.
VISUAL ILLUSIONSMATTHEW LUCKIESH
In 1822 he became a member of the convention to revise the state constitution.
The Court might justly feel delicacy, if called to revise an act of the Legislature.
You can send the request contained in this at the same time with the revise, after I have seen the said revise.
Mr. McCunn had a mind of a singular candour, and was prepared most honestly at all times to revise his views.
HUNTINGTOWERJOHN BUCHAN
His expression—a peering through that eternal pose of his—made me revise my first judgment of his mourning.
THE PLUM TREEDAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS
The sub-editor had to revise this as it arrived in flimsy, and write a summary of it at the same time.
Dr. Rivers tells us that he formerly assumed this, but is inclined to revise his opinion.
Of his performance to Debussy's lovely music I have written elsewhere; nor did this new vision cause me to revise my opinions.
INTERPRETERSCARL VAN VECHTEN
After the death of Virgil, he was joined with Plotinus and Tucca to revise the works of that admirable poet.

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