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  • John Aubrey (March 12 1626 – June 7 1697) was an English biographer, natural philosopher, antiquary and folklorist. He is best known for his gossipy and
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  • check's going that far... Aubrey: This is the coolest thing I've ever seen in my life–– Booth: [glares at Aubrey] Aubrey. Aubrey: [sheepishly] But it does
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  • Speeches of Oliver Cromwell. Oliver Cromwell had certainly this afflatus. One that I knew was at the battle of Dunbar, told me that Oliver was carried
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  • First Step (1892), ch. VII Man should be ever better than he seems. Sir Aubrey de Vere, A Song of Faith. Le plus grand ennemi du bon, c'est le mieux.
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  • staff including Brennan and Booth John Boyd as FBI Special Agent James Aubrey, Booth's new partner "Squinterns" Carla Gallo as Daisy Wick Pej Vahdat
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  • Night. Memory, in widow's weeds, with naked feet stands on a tombstone. Aubrey De Vere, Widowhood. Forsan et hæc olim meminisse juvabit. Perhaps the remembrance
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  • At eve, she raised them on the skies! My Psyche, bluer far are thine. Aubrey De Vere, Psyche. Blue eyes shimmer with angel glances. Like spring violets
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  • languor is a punishment Heavier than active souls can feel or guess. Sir Aubrey de Vere, A Song of Faith, Devout Exercises, and Sonnets. For Satan finds
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  • together. Robertson Davies, Cornish Trilogy, The Rebel Angels, The New Aubrey III, section 2 (1981). Creatures whose mainspring is curiosity will enjoy
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  • T. F. Henderson's ed. (1902). "Fire and fleet" in version given in John Aubrey's Remaines of Gentilisme and Judaisme (1686–7). Lansdowne MSS. in British
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  • Cancelled that curse which was our mortal dower. It is the Cross! Sir Aubrey De Vere, A Song of Faith, Devout Exercises and Sonnets, "The Passion Flower";
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  • palette and a picture! However, I believe that Walter Sickert did — sly dog! Aubrey Beardsley (1904), in Under the Hill and Other Essays, "Table Talk" p. 64
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  • spirit free,— That love, or none, is fit for one Man-shaped like thee. Aubrey Thomas De Vere, Miscellaneous Poems, Song Quis fallere possit amantem?
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  • himself after cousin Oliver? None of the other Brady's particularly liked Oliver. He was a self-described pest. Scully: A jinx. Cousin Oliver, the Jinx. (Scully
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