by posterity

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  • The poems of both will live, and have justice done them by posterity. ...
  • I doubt, however, if they will be much noticed by posterity. ...
  • Yet if he was lost to his contemporaries, he has been preserved by posterity. ...
  • And perhaps that's how I shall be remembered by posterity. ...
  • It is by posterity only that full justice is rendered to those who have paid such hard penalties to reach it. ...
  • It is his fate to know, while alive, the estimate in which he will be held by posterity. ...
  • He was about to reach the same estimation of that monarch which has been adopted by posterity. ...
  • Surely there was no other one that should be recalled with greater gratitude by posterity. ...
  • The present generation, in making its own life comfortable, is leaving a staggering bill to be paid by posterity. ...
  • Such men should be judged by their contemporaries as they will be judged by posterity. ...
  • It also speculates on the existence of women artists whose careers are not recorded by posterity. ...
  • The Duke's magnanimous silence under such treatment for so long a period will be appreciated by posterity.
  • The sum thus imported is greater than might be supposed, and therefore they, like the others, will be honored by posterity. ...
  • The question of substance as regards the first may be left for interpretation by posterity. ...
  • His compositions are not at all witnesses of his considerable talent which has not yet been fully considered of merit by posterity. ...
  • He has been very much misjudged by posterity.
  • It was not so well received as his De concordia, but is more appreciated by posterity. ...
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