Now, my brother, this controlling slave-power is a world-wide fact.
Possibly they were coalescing now, joining up into a world-wide organization.
Erasmus could not have attained to his world-wide celebrity if it had not been for Latin.
At once this conferred on the young professor a world-wide renown.
A single unit, he was yet a worthy symbol of a world-wide efficiency.
He believed that the Brethren there were called to a world-wide mission.
Thus the exile of Rollo led to events of world-wide importance.
He is world-great not because he is world-wide, but because he is world-deep.
Some of these are of superior quality and of world-wide repute.
Not long after the death of Champlain there was a world-wide advance in shipbuilding.