posterity as

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  • They will go down to posterity as the proper consequences of great principles. ...
  • Will it be spoken by our posterity as long as it has been spoken by our ancestors? ...
  • I don't want to go down to posterity as altogether a drone. ...
  • They are worthy of being preserved for posterity as they serve as reference points in a modern global context. ...
  • He adopted it, then, as I said before, and went on towards posterity as Peter Walker.
  • We are writing these "Recollections" for posterity as well as for the present generation. ...
  • The framers of the Constitution did not reason so much as to what they should do for posterity as for the generation then living. ...
  • It is written in the book of fate that your name is to go down to posterity as the hero of Quebec. ...
  • Caesar: will you go down to posterity as a barbarous soldier too ignorant to know the value of books?
  • Thou saidst yesterday that thy name would go down to posterity as the name of a fool. ...
  • So they go down to posterity as a brotherhood. ...
  • It was the sort of thing if it were carried to success would hand the fellow working it down to posterity as one of his country's benefactors.
  • Certain it is, Billings made mess enough of his own expedition to go down to posterity as a failure. ...
  • But she is likely to pay the penalty of that astounding success, and to go down to posterity as the author of a single book. ...
  • We should look on the body as the manifesto of the mind and on posterity as the manifesto of the dead that live after life. ...
  • We tell it to the world in witness of the equality of all nations and we pass it on to our posterity as their inherent right.
  • He declares that he will hand down the feather suit to posterity as one of the treasures of the country. ...
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