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Their mode of procedure is shown at a butcher's stall, according to the satirist's view of their patriotic exertions.
But without an appeal to conscience the satirist has no locus standi.
The mantle of the satirist preacher which had fallen from Horace found no worthy claimant for nearly half a century.
But it was above all as a satirist that Mackay excelled during his lifetime.
His gifts as a satirist were already known, and he was warmly received by the king, whom he followed to Newark.
The merit of achieving what the satirist intended may therefore be granted to the Dispensary.
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Boileau, the satirist, stood at the door of the gallery, hindering seven or eight bad poets from entering.
To render vice disgusting, and folly ridiculous, is the legitimate office of the satirist.
Salvator was a dissipated jester and satirist, a man who spent his life in masquing and revelry.
At this moment the satirist stepped forth, and laid open with unsparing knife the sins and corruptions which provoked them.

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